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Alistair MacLean's Golden Girl
Alistair MacLean's Golden Girl
Author: Simon Gandolfi
ISBN-13: 9780449148884
ISBN-10: 0449148882
Publication Date: 11/30/1994
Pages: 296
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Publisher: Fawcett
Book Type: Paperback
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Trent is an operative living on the catamaran Golden Girl near the island of Belpan, just off the coast of Central America. His assignment: be the perfect bait for gunrunners. But Trent's dangerous job turns deadly when he uncovers a ruthless political conspiracy. As Hurricane Gilda looms over Belpan, Trent and his Golden Girl are drawn down serpentine arteries of greed and treachery--and in to the dark hearts of today's new crimelords of power...
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This is an exciting read about an anti-terrorist undercover agent who is ordered to get a new identity and live on his catamaran (Golden Girl)off a Caribbean swampland. His new identity invites a job offer to run guns for a Colombian drugs gang. But then he learns of a more sinister threat behind the cocaine shipments. This story is based on a full-length screen play by Alistair MacLean.