League of Terror

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Warner Books, 1990 - Fiction - 304 pages
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When an assassination attempt goes awry, leaving Deveraux's love, Rita Macklin, wounded, Deveraux--the November Man--sets out to stalk the rogue Soviet agent, Henry McGee, responsible for the hit

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User Review  - jimrbrown - LibraryThing

I picked up this 1990 book from the for sale shelf of my local library for 50p. It is a bit dated with the cold war still on and IRA still waging war with the UK. However it is a well written thriller with lots of plots and twists. The story is easy to get into and rattles along at a good pace. Read full review

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About the author (1990)

Famous for the communal table at his tiny Sydney cafe, Bill Granger was serving his parents breakfast in bed by the time he was five. He opened his first restaurant, bills, when he was only 22 and quickly made his reputation with simple scrambled eggs and ricotta hotcakes. Even the New York Times sings his praises as the "egg master of Sydney." Today, his simple no-fuss cuisine is loved by the rich and famous, not to mention the loyal band of locals who regularly dine at bills and bills 2. With two best-selling cookbooks behind him, Sydney Food and bills food, Bill has been a contributor to numerous publications, including the ABC delicious, magazine.