Pawn in Jeopardy - Adam Hall Reviews
Description:ISBN 0061001341 / Genre: Crime / Thriller / Author: Adam Hall / Edition: Reissue / Paperback / 10 Pages / Book is published 1999-09-09 by ... more
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Adam Hall Pawn in Jeopardy
Pages: 10, Edition: Reissue, Paperback, HarperCollins Publishers ...
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by - written on 08/06/11 (Very useful, 17 readings)
As followers of my reviews will be aware, I really enjoy the Quiller series of spy novels written by author Adam Hall so when I saw that he had written another series of books, I was intrigued enough to give them a try. This series is vastly different from his other work and instead is a set of mystery whodunnits featuring the ingeniutive skills of one Hugo Bishop; an enigmatic author who dabbles in mysteries that defy explanation much as Agatha Christie's Hercule Poirot once did. In Pawn In Jeopardy, the plot revolves around a group of intellectuals who have returned from a trip to the Artic bearing some scientific secret. When one of their number supposedly ... Read the complete review
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