Palm for Mrs. Pollifax

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Random House Publishing Group, Jul 12, 1985 - Fiction - 192 pages
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A secret agent like no other, Mrs. Pollifax was leading a very full life: Garden Club, karate, yoga--and a little spying now and then. This time the mysterious Mr. Carstairs sent her to Switzerland--to a famous health resort where the world's intelligence agents had gathered. Her mission: to track down a missing package of plutonium--just enough to make a small atomic bomb. It was a job that suited Mrs. Pollifax's talents. She's good with people and even better at sniffing out their secrets. But it was not until she became enchanted with Robin, the young jewel thief, that her new adventure really began....

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Review: A Palm for Mrs. Pollifax (Mrs Pollifax #4)

User Review  - Julie - Goodreads

Mrs. Pollifax is sent to a medical resort in Switzerland to try and track down some stolen plutonium. She knows the risks going in because the last British agent who went in search of the plutonium ... Read full review

Review: A Palm for Mrs. Pollifax (Mrs Pollifax #4)

User Review  - Bob - Goodreads

A good book. It has a few inconsistencies, on my point of view. Besides, the writing is not comparable as to an Agatha Christie, but it is enjoyable. I would not write it as good, I'm sure... :) Read full review

Contents

Section 1
5
Section 2
35
Section 3
48
Copyright

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About the author (1985)

Dorothy Gilman was born on June 25, 1923, in New Brunswick, New Jersey. Her interest in travel led to the settings of her mysteries, though she has never visited many of these places. In addition to the Mrs. Pollifax novels, she has written other mysteries including A Nun in the Closet, which won a Catholic Book Award. She also writes children's stories under the name of Dorothy Gilman Butters.