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The Levanter
The Levanter
Author: Eric Ambler
Michael Howell is a classic Ambler hero. The name may sound Anglo-Saxon, but with his Lebanese-Armenian grandmother and Greek Cypriot and Syrian-born father he is only "fractionally British." "Levantine mongrel" is his own preferred description of his pedigree. In conditions of extreme adversity, as he points out, mongrels are among those most l...  more »
ISBN: 208599
Publication Date: 1972
Pages: 307

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Publisher: New York Atheneum
Book Type: Hardcover
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Setting: the Middle-East, late 60s to early 70s. International business and shipping during the unrest in Lebanon, Jordan, and Syria; the radicals versus Israel. Our business magnate stumbles into a terrorist group and must extricate himself. A great story that presages John Le Carré the denouement, however, is quite different.