The Warsaw Document - Adam Hall Reviews
Description:ISBN 0515097683 / Genre: Fiction / Author: Adam Hall / Paperback / Book is published 1993-07 by Harper Mass Market Paperbacks
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Adam Hall The Warsaw Document
Edition: Reprint, Paperback, HarperCollins
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by - written on 08/08/11 (Very useful, 36 readings)
The fourth book in Adam Hall's Quiller series about an Executive Agent working for an unofficial branch of Her Majesty's Secret is something of a disappointment in many regards. It is the weakest of the Quiller books I have read to date and, though still enjoyable, nowhere near as accomplished as any of the others. Fans of the series will instantly recall that Quiller is a man who works alone; he requires no back-up, prefers being left to his own devices and dependant on no-one and very rarely carries a gun. In Warsaw, Quiller is asked to accompany a rookie Agent undercover in a bid to infiltrate a rebel Militia determined to overthrow Soviet rule shortly ... Read the complete review
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