It began as a simple errand - a parcel to deliver. But to Alan Stewart, standing on a deserted road in Iceland, with a murdered man at his feet, it looked anything but simple. When he realises who the true enemy is, his simple mission seems impossible. By the same author as "Night of Terror"
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Desmond Bagley was born in 1923, in Kendal, a rural town in England's scenic Lake District. He left school aged fourteen and worked for a number of years in the aircraft industry before embarking on an adventure - travelling to South Africa by road and supporting himself along the way by working in gold and asbestos mines. Bagley spent the Fifties in South Africa, working as a freelance journalist and critic, before moving to Italy with his wife, Margaret, and then to Guernsey. His first novel, The Golden Keel, was based on a true story overheard by Bagley in a bar in Johannesburg, about Mussolini's vast personal riches and the men who went looking for it. It was published in 1963 to great acclaim and followed by a further fifteen popular adventure ovels. Bgley's career spanned two decades and his influence can be seen in the work of several highly respected thriller writers. When he died, in 1983, his final novel, Juggernaut, was completed by his wife.
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Book Description HarperCollins Publishers Ltd, 1970. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. New impression. Bookseller Inventory # DADAX0002217236