Northlight - Adam Hall Reviews
Description:ISBN 0352316071 / Genre: Fiction / Author: Adam Hall / Edition: New Ed / Paperback / 304 Pages / Book is published 1986-09-18 by Star
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by - written on 16/06/11 (Very useful, 40 readings)
Northlight is the eleventh in Adam Hall's (aka Ellestron Trevor) series of espionage novels about an Executive named Quiller working for a Bureau that doesn't officially exist. When a job comes up that is paticulary sensitive, the Bureau takes over with the understanding that if anything goes wrong, they and their Agent in the field will be cut completely loose with no ties to the British Goverment. Quiller is not even the main character's name but merely the prefix under which he works. All that we know of Quiller is that he refuses to "carry a gun during peacetime" or in most instances carry a Suicide capsule and that, should he die, his only bequest is to ... Read the complete review
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