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The Viper

Pryor, Larry

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ISBN 10: 0060134496 / ISBN 13: 9780060134495
Published by Harper & Row Publishers, New York, NY, 1978
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Very Good in Good dust jacket; 8vo - 8" to 9" tall; 187 pages; DJ with small tears at rear panel. Mylar cover. Book solid with little wear to note. Bookseller Inventory # 9937

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Title: The Viper

Publisher: Harper & Row Publishers, New York, NY

Publication Date: 1978

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition: Very Good

Dust Jacket Condition: Good ;

Edition: First Edtion; Later Printing.

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Grand Prix racing and international terrorism make for a lethal combination. Gus Walter, a young and talented driver, is hired by the Emir of Qataban to be part of the oil-rich nation's new Formula 1 team. Gus's wife, Aimee, a former CIA agent, encourages him to join. But they soon find themselves entangled in a deadly feud between two sheiks in the Emir's entourage. One is pro-Western and finances the team as a promotion program for Qataban's nascent auto industry, which is devoted to making high-speed supercars. The second sheik runs a terrorist cell embedded as cover within the racing team. He is tolerated - and actively supported - by the Emir as the ruler's way of appeasing radicals in Qataban and to stay in power. Gus and Aimee become trapped by these conflicting Arab ambitions and a target for the terrorists. The couple's competence with fire arms and high-performance machines becomes tested to the limit. Federal agents are unable to help. In the end, survival is up to them.

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Larry Pryor, a lifelong follower of Formula 1 racing, has worked as a reporter, writer, editor and photographer, first at the Louisville Courier-Journal and later at the Los Angeles Times. In 1997 he joined the USC/Annenberg School for Communications & Journalism, where he is an associate professor.

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