Tim Frazer Gets the Message - Francis Durbridge Reviews
Description:ISBN 0340252383 / Genre: Crime / Thriller / Author: Francis Durbridge / Edition: New edition / Paperback / 192 Pages / Book is published ... more
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Lockwood is sent to meet a fellow spy at the airport - she is arriving from Hong Kong and has an important taped conversation that Lockwood's bosses are very interested in getting hold of. All goes to plan...until the tape is played and there is nothing but singing. It soon seems obvious that the woman Lockwood met at the airport is not the real spy - who in fact was murdered a couple of weeks before at a guest house in Wales. Golden boy Tim Frazer is sent to Wales to stay at the same guest house to see if he can track down what happened to his colleague. Before he knows it, he is caught up in a web of intrigue that could threaten his own life. Francis ... Read the complete review
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