Traitor's Blood

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Countryman Press, 1986 - Fiction - 256 pages
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Told he has terminal cancer, Lem Stanhope-Swift, an embezzler living in Venezula is determined to return to England to see his daughter, but British intelligence will allow him access only if he murders a defector to the Soviet Union

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Traitor's blood

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Lem Stanhope-Swift, British aristocrat turned embezzler and gun-runner and a self-exile living in Venezuela, learns he has terminal cancer. With a few months to live, Lem attempts a secret return to ... Read full review

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User Review  - Condorena - LibraryThing

This was not as good as the series Hill does so well. Somewhat like a soap opera in that every body lies all of the time. Read full review

About the author (1986)

Reginald Hill has received Britain's most coveted mystery writers award, the Cartier Diamond Dagger Award, as well as the Golden Dagger, for his Dalziel/Pascoe series.

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