Quiller Salamander

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Thorndike Press, May 1, 1995 - Fiction - 396 pages
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Quiller ventures into the Cambodian jungle as he attempts to prevent the notorious Pol Pot from maneuvering the dreaded Khmer Rouge back into power.

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Review: Quiller (Quiller #11)

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3.5 stars. Enjoyable, page turning action as well as insight into the mind of the spy well beyond stone cold stereotypes. Rambling sentences and abrupt transitions sometimes used. I would like to read more of this series. Read full review

Review: Quiller (Quiller #11)

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Each of Quiller's missions redefines "impossible." Up until this volume, each of the books had a unique title. This is the first one that uses the character's. Mme. Since one if the earlier books ... Read full review


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About the author (1995)

Using the penname Adam Hall, British author Elleston Trevor wrote 18 popular novels chronicling the exploits of his spy, Quiller. The Quiller Memorandum (first published in 1965) earned him an Edgar Award from the Mystery Writers of America. In 1966, the novel became a popular movie starring George Segal. Other Trevor books that have made it to the big or small screen include "Flight of the Phoenix" (filmed in 1965), "Quiller "(The Series), and the made-for-TV movie "The Penthouse"

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