Quiller, the meticulous, ice-cold, taught-as-a-spring super agent is in Thailand planning an assassination – in order to prevent one. He knows his opponent is as ruthlessly professional as he is and he also knows to trust no one. As in his famous debut in The Berlin Memorandum, Quiller will work alone.
One of the most original creations in spy fiction, Quiller went on to feature in 18 novels until the death of author Adam Hall (Elleston Trevor) in 1995. This edition contains a previously unpublished essay by Elleston Trevor’s son Jean-Pierre, Life Like Quiller, on growing up with his father’s famous hero.
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