Stone Dancer

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G.K. Hall, Mar 1, 1995 - Fiction - 592 pages
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Racing to Beirut to answer a distress call from a beautiful double agent, British spymaster David Jardine is caught in a Mossad ambush and agrees to help them catch an international counterfeiter

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During the 1980s, there were many popular novels describing financial heists and scams. Smith's (The Devil's Juggler, LJ 3/1/93) second novel captures the piratical essense of these insouciant tales ... Read full review


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Murray Smith is Professor of Film Studies, University of Kent at Canterbury. He is coeditor of "Film Theory and Philosophy" (1997) and "Contemporary Hollywood Cinema" (1998).

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