The Tango Briefing - Adam Hall Reviews
Description:ISBN 0006157793 / Genre: Fiction / Author: Adam Hall / Paperback / 223 Pages / Book is published 1985-10-28 by Fontana Press
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by - written on 20/06/11 (Very useful, 28 readings)
In this fifth novel by Adam Hall, of his highly successful espionage series, Speical Executive Quiller is called back from Tokyo by his employers at the Bureau in London. But once there, everyone is cagey and refuses to reveal exactly why he has been brought back into Operation. Eventually he learns that he is to be flown out to an Airfield at a secret location and briefed by the Air Ministry. A freight plane has gone down carrying an enigmatic cargo and London want to reach it before any other Security Service. The problem is that it has gone down in Algeria on the Libyan border and lots of others are interested too! Also, the plane has been buried somewhere in the ... Read the complete review
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