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Book details

  • PDF | 274 pages
  • Fawcett; Special Book Club First Edition stated edition (1986)
  • English
  • 3
  • Mystery, Thriller & Suspense

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  • By David C. on December 23, 2013

    This author just takes your breath away with his books. They could have been written today, as he doesn't include many technical items so that they are a great and fun read.

  • By Angi on May 7, 2017

    This was the first Jon Land book I ever read. Since then I have read early all of th enigma and this one is still my favorite!

  • By James Scheidegger on October 2, 2013

    I was first introduced to this book when I was twelve. I wore out my copy so I needed a replacement. Print Lives

  • By MysticalRose on January 10, 2013

    I love ALL of Jon Land's books and have been a fan since the early 80's.and he never disappoints - especially the Blaine McCracken series!

  • By Guest on June 10, 2002

    I've quickly become a fan of Jon Land's espionage thrillers. As another reviewer stated, Land is like Ludlum without the fluff. However, Ludlum's better novels also have a much more in-depth plot/storyline. Land's novels tend to be non-stop action."Labyrinth" is like his other thrillers in that a hero fights against unbelievable odds to save the world. In this novel, a college professor is enlisted to get to the bottom of the plans of an organization known as The Committee. A friend of the professor's is killed observing actions on the part of The Committee and due to a past debt, he agrees to avenge his friend's murder.A town is Columbia is burned to the ground to hide the plans of The Committee. The hero, Christopher Locke, visits various exotic locales including Lichtenstein, Geneva, and London in his trek to determine the scheme of The Committee. Friends are killed or turn on him, and enemies try to kill him or become his friends. Before he knows it, Locke is in too deep to get out and must stop The Committee to not only save his family, but also to prevent the downfall of the world's economies.

  • By A customer on July 2, 1999

    This book is non stop action. The book is pure fun. You get hooked on page one and you can't stop reading until the book is over. Land takes you all around the world in this thriller. If you are looking for a chance to escape the real world, sit back, relax and enjoy this book as you jet set around the globe and help Chris Locke try to save the world.

  • By A customer on October 16, 1999

    When I first read Jon Land, it was this book that I read. Not exactly as good as one of the McCracken novels, but good in it's own over the top way.

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