Quiller's back to face the toughest mission of his career deep in the heart of the Sahara. His orders from the Tango Briefing are to locate a small downed plane, photograph its dead crew, and identify its cargo. But Quiller's assignment turns into a suicide mission. Originally published in the U.S. by Doubleday.
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Review: Tango Briefing (Quiller #5)User Review - Terrance Bramblett - Goodreads
What can you say? Quiller is the spiest of the spies. He makes James Bond look like a Boy Scout. The ferret goes in and gets the job done. Adam Hall, the pseudonym of Elleston Trevor, wrote a number of books in the Quiller series before his death. Every one is worth reading. Read full review
Review: Tango Briefing (Quiller #5)User Review - stormhawk - Goodreads
Quiller is a creature of the streets, a denizen of the urban jungle, and seems wildly out of place in the middle of a desert. But he is no less resourceful under the strange circumstances. of this mission than he would be on a Berlin street. Quiller is, and is likely to remain, my favorite spy. Read full review