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Paradise Spells Danger

By George B Mair

This story of adventure and passion in exotic settings is the tenth David Grant thriller, and in it George Mair shows his customary flair for excitement and colour.

A long chapter in David Grant’s life as NATO’s special agent ends with the brutal assassination of his political chiefs-but his plans for vengeance are almost ruined when he inherits a great fortune and falls in love with a beautiful Siamese girl who is young enough to be his daughter.

The action moves from bedrooms in Siam to the underworld of Istanbul, where Grant faces his moment of truth inside the Topkapi Palace.

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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