A freelance agent stalks a shadowy arms dealer in this novel of action and adventure by the Edgar Award finalist . . .
Rebellion is brewing in New Grenada-and the government of Cuba is only too happy to help the cause along. Now, freelance agent Joe Gall has been tasked with heading there to gather intel on Mike Bonner, an international salesman of arms and explosives. And when Gall untangles the truth about Bonner's role in the simmering crisis, he must take all necessary action to prevent widespread bloodshed . . .
"[Philip Atlee is] the John D. MacDonald of espionage fiction." -Larry McMurtry, The New York Times
"I admire Philip Atlee's writing tremendously." -Raymond Chandler
Philip Atlee (1915-1991) was the creator of the long-running Joe Gall Mysteries, which is comprised of twenty-two novels published in the 1960s and 70s. Born in Fort Worth, Texas, Atlee wrote several novels and screenplays-including Thunder Road starring Robert Mitchum, and Big Jim McLain starring John Wayne-before producing the series for which he is known. An avid flyer, he was a member of the Flying Tigers before World War II and joined the Marines after the attack on Pearl Harbor.