VISA TO LIMBO by William Haggard

VISA TO LIMBO

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Another outing for Colonel Charles Russell, Haggard's longtime Anglo-Irish hero, now retired as chief of Security Executive but still so coolly authoritative that various Arab and Israeli factions see him as an active agent. And when Russell goes on vacation to Tel Aviv (surviving a three-man terrorist hijack attempt of the Israeli jet on the way), he becomes a nemesis to Israeli security because of his relationship with American-Jewish Lynne Hammer--mistress of a young oil sheikh. Add in a conniving Israeli admiral and a Palestinian patriot, and it's bombs away, with plots, counter-plots, and kidnappings, suspicion usually falling on Russell. Convoluted and often confusing--probably only worth the trouble for fans of this Haggard series.

Pub Date: Oct. 1st, 1979
Publisher: Walker