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Smear Job

Mitchell, James

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ISBN 10: 0399120246 / ISBN 13: 9780399120244
Published by Putnam, 1977
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Title: Smear Job

Publisher: Putnam

Publication Date: 1977

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition:Used: Acceptable

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First published in 1975, Smear Job was the fourth novel to feature David Callan, the iconic secret agent created by James Mitchell. Callan's trade is killing - and though it's a profession he despises, he is supremely good at it. As Smear Job begins, Callan is attempting to 'go straight' in a legitimate (almost) security consultancy business with his pungent friend Lonely, but soon he is made an offer he can hardly afford to refuse. However, when the offer comes from the ruthless Hunter, head of The Section Callan used to work for, refusal might be better for the health. In a multi-layered plot the action moves swiftly and violently from Sicily to gangland London to California and back to Europe and the only thing that can be relied on is Callan's ability to be quickest on the draw when the chips are down.

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