Run, Spy, Run

A novel behind the glamor mask of international intelligencepitting young Nick Carter against the world s most vicious spy and an archenemy, Mr Judas.
Run Spy Run A novel behind the glamor mask of international intelligencepitting young Nick Carter against the world s most vicious spy and an archenemy Mr Judas

  • Title: Run, Spy, Run
  • Author: Nick Carter Michael Avallone Valerie Moolman
  • ISBN: 9780426039303
  • Page: 314
  • Format: Paperback
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    1. The book "Run, Spy, Run" was first published in February 1964 (Number A101F) by Award Books part of the Beacon-Signal division of Universal Publishing and Distributing Corporation.Authorship has been attributed jointly to Michael Avallone and Valerie Moolman.The story takes place in early September 1963. After relaxing following a successful mission in Jamaica, secret agent Nick Carter receives an anonymous letter asking that he return to New York City via a specific flight where the writer will [...]

    2. I am a sucker for anything that features a villain with a metal hand. From Dr No to Enter the Dragon and on through to Rolling Thunder, there is just some childish part of me that will forever find prosthetic hands to be nifty. The bad guy in this, the first of the incredibly successful Nick Carter series, has a wicked metal hand, and it is truly cool. This is my first exposure to Nick Carter and I initially bought it because it was written by Michael Avallone, who I always enjoy. He does his ty [...]

    3. A nice rewrite of an old Pulp character. Recast more in the James Bond spy mode. Good quick men's adventure read. If you are looking for some fast paced action and adventure then this is a recommended read.

    4. Enpäs muistannutkaan, kuinka läheisesti Nick Carter alussa muistutti James Bondia. Kaikessa hupsuudessaan ihan viihdyttävä kirja.

    5. Somewhere during the six-year hiatus of the James Bond films between Licence to Kill in 1989 and GoldenEye in 1995, Nick Carter "Killmaster" - easily the most visible James Bond inspired paperback series - was retired. Unlike Bond however, Carter's retirement was permanent.The result: not many have even heard of Nick Carter these days, let alone read any of the hundreds of volumes that haunt the back rooms of second hand book shops.This first volume is slightly better than I expected.The plot ca [...]

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