The Eye of the Tiger and Golden Fox - Wilbur Smith


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THE EYE OF THE TIGER

I was looking down, watching the shark come. It seemed to swell up in size as it rushed towards me. Every detail was burned into my mind in those frantic seconds. I saw the hog’s snout with the two slotted nostrils, the golden eyes with the black pupils like arrowheads, the broad blue back from which stood the tall executioner’s blade of the dorsal fin.

Harry Fletcher, a man with a chequered past, now makes an honest living as a charter skipper fishing in the magnificent Indian Ocean. Until suddenly men from a world he has put behind him plunge him once more into a deadly game. And he must play – for an unknown prize against undeclared odds – by the rules of violence and death which he once practised as an art. For of one thing he is certain: to fail is to die..:

GOLDEN FOX

She felt Ramón come awake and spring from the bed, naked and lithe as a jungle cat. She heard the metallic snicker of a firearm as he snatched the pistol from the holster. In the darkness a yellow flower of gun-flame bloomed, and a single bullet whiplashed across twenty yards of open ground..

In the searing heat of a divided Africa two decades of bitter dynastic conilict explode with terrifying ferocity. To Gary and Sean Courtney it is a struggle to the end, brother pitted against brother as they are dragged unwittingly into the lair of an international terrorist.

Only Isabella Courtney stands between them and the mutual destruction they have willed for so long. Beautiful, headstrong Isabella; the link to Golden Fox’ – a man – whose alias hides a sinister and deadly secret…

Traversing a vast panorama, from the heart of London society to the grandeur of Spain, from parched Ethiopia to war-torn. Angola and on to the blazing hunting grounds of South Africa and Zimbabwe, Golden Fox is masterful storytelling from the arena of war; an adventure of stirring, irresistible intensity.

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The Eye of the Tiger and Golden Fox by Wilbur Smith

In an excellent condition.  No creasing to the spine or cover. See photos for more details.

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Weight 486 g
Dimensions 17.6 × 11.1 × 4 cm
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Wilbur Smith