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Deadeye (edition 1990)

by Sam Llewellyn

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Title:Deadeye
Authors:Sam Llewellyn
Info:Michael Joseph (1990), Edition: First Edition, Hardcover, 288 pages
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Rating:****
Tags:Fiction, Mystery, UK, Sailing, Charlie Agutter, TPL

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It has a slightly more implausible ending than a typical Llewellyn book, but it's still a fun book. ( )
  TadAD | May 16, 2008 |
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Harry Frazer, 'the smoothest divorce lawyer west of Reading', is single-handedly navigating the Green Dolphin in darkness up the perilous west coast of Scotland. Out of nowhere the great black hulk of a ship looms and bears down on the little boat as Harry frantically tries to steer clear. In the din a man falls overboard - Harry rescues him from the cold, dark, polluted water only to find himself drawn into a tense, nailbiting mystery threatening ecological and personal disaster

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Sailing thriller in which the spectre of toxic waste dumping threatens the west coast of Scotland. Lawyer and sailor, Harry Frazer, sets out to find those responsible.

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