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Sabre-Tooth
Sabre-Tooth
Author: Peter O'Donnell
ISBN-13: 9780330202046
ISBN-10: 0330202049
Publication Date: 1967
Pages: 284
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Publisher: Pan
Book Type: Paperback
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To betray Modesty Blaise is to, at minimum, risk the wrath of Willie Garvin and, at most, to lose everything you hold precious. In SABRE-TOOTH, Modesty and Willie follow up on a hunch of Sir Gerald Tarrant's which turns into a horrific reality. When Jack Fraser tries to intervene in the midst of their infiltration, he is summarily ousted. The stakes are jaw-droppingly high as Modesty and Willie are pushed to their not-inconsiderable limits. The amount of damage done to and by them is enormous, but Peter O'Donnell never loses sight of Modesty and Willie's greatest asset: loyalty to each other. SABRE-TOOTH is a razor-sharp trip into the world of Modesty Blaise!
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Modesty Blaise in the mountains of Hindu Kush.