"Readers who quicken to the expert tempo of John Buchan's adventure stories will congratulate themselves on finding in Innes such an admirable inheritor of the high tradition" ( Irish Times)
"As crisply exciting as Eric Ambler and as convincingly realistic as C.S. Forester" ( Sunday Times)
"They say people can’t write stories anymore. Tell that to Hammond Innes" ( Sunday Times)
"Hammond Innes is a master of suspense" ( Spectator)
"Mr. Innes's readers were addicts when it came to his books, which were cinematic in sweep and sold 40 million copies" ( New York Times)
When David Cunningham returns to the Cornish coast to mourn a wartime love affair, he little imagines the mysterious quest that awaits him: it will lead him to the Mediterranean, to danger and a life of adventure, to the dark world of racketeering in Naples, the bleak hills beyond Tivoli, and a woman with a tragic past.
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