Wilderness of mirrors

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Thorndike Press, 1996 - Fiction - 499 pages
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Eva Cunningham, an undercover agent for British Intelligence, uses a diamond mine in Vietnam as bait to entrap an international businessman suspected of assisting China's illegal trade in nuclear weapons

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Wilderness of mirrors

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Davies (Nest of Vipers, LJ 1/95) delivers another thriller that combines the world of finance with espionage. Eva Cunningham spent four years in Southeast Asia as a deep-cover narcotics agent, only to ... Read full review

WILDERNESS OF MIRRORS

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Davies's stock couldn't be higher since she debuted last spring with the best-selling financial thriller Nest of Vipers (LJ 1/95). Now it's time to see whether she can really deliver. Here, Eva ... Read full review

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