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Miss Turquoise

By George B Mair

Why did President Kennedy invite Soviet co-operation in project Moon-landing during September 1963?

And why did Russia lose interest in the race to be first on the Moon?

David Grant’s mission to seize the tiny source of a rare mineral could be the answer.

But only death could offer cover deep enough for him to outwit SATAN-the international Society for the Activation of Terror, Anarchy and Nihilism-which operates as much against Moscow and Pekin as against the Free World.

A split-second escape from attempted assassination then gave NATO’s top security ace the chance he needed, and transportation from Paris to London inside a coffin whilst under the influence of a paralysing drug was his terrifying start to a fantastic series of adventures.

George Brown Mair was born at Troon in Scotland in May, 1914 and was educated at Kilmarnock Academy and Glasgow University, where he qualified as a doctor. He visited most European countries, Asia from Japan to Turkey, South America, the West Indies, Canada, the United States, and parts of Africa. With his Dutch wife Trudie, he visited nearly all the Communist countries in Europe, during the course of which they were the first to photograph the interior of the Kremlin palaces and met many Soviet leaders.

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