Sinkiang Executive - Adam Hall Reviews
Description:ISBN 0006158986 / Genre: Fiction / Author: Adam Hall / Edition: n.e. / Paperback / 224 Pages / Book is published 1979-11-29 by Fontana
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by - written on 18/06/11 (Very useful, 27 readings)
The Sinkiang Executive is the eighth novel in Adam Hall's Quiller series of espionage thrillers. Hall is a pseudonym for Ellestron Trevor which itself was a pseudonym for British author, Trevor Dudley-Smith. Smith actually wrote under a number of aliases but was best known as Adam Hall for the Quiller series though his greatest work as Ellestron Trevor was the original novelisation of Flight Of The Phoenix! Quiller is the go-to man when a mission is demed near-impossible. He is one of only a handful of Executives with the Suffix-Nine designation that indicates he is reliable under torture and interrogation. At the time of this latest adventure, he is one of ... Read the complete review
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