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by Colin Forbes

ePub Double Jeopardy download
Author:
Colin Forbes
ISBN13:
978-0002226578
ISBN:
000222657X
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Publisher:
Wm Collins & Sons & Co; First edition (October 1, 1982)
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Subcategory:
Action & Adventure
ePub file:
1700 kb
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1869 kb
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Rating:
4.5
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827

Double Jeopardy has been added to your Cart. Having read another (more recent) novel by Colin Forbes which featured the inimitable Tweed, I was keen to get my hands on more.

Double Jeopardy has been added to your Cart. Although relatively short compared to most of his later works, Double Jeopardy is still a cracking read. It tends to focus more on the activities of Martel, the primary agent, but Tweed's abilities emerge towards the end.

Double Jeopardy Colin Forbes CHAPTER 1 CHAPTER 2 CHAPTER 3 CHAPTER 4 CHAPTER 5 CHAPTER 6. .

Double Jeopardy Colin Forbes CHAPTER 1 CHAPTER 2 CHAPTER 3 CHAPTER 4 CHAPTER 5 CHAPTER 6 CHAPTER 7 CHAPTER 8 CHAPTER 9 CHAPTER 10 CHAPTER CHAPTER 52 CHAPTER 13 CHAPTER 14 CHAPTER 15 CHAPTER 16 CHAPTER CHAPTER 18 CHAPTER 19 CHAPTER 20 CHAPTER 21 CHAPTER 22 CHAPTER 23 CHAPTER 24 CHAPTER 25 CHAPTER 26 CHAPTER 27 CHAPTER 28 CHAPTER 29 CHAPTER 30. Double Jeopardy. Colin Forbes CHAPTER 1. Sunday May 24. After the murder it was assumed that Charles Warner – always so vigilant – had let down his guard because of the atmosphere.

Double Jeopardy book. Though read it a long time ago I remember the thrilling moments this book offered. Jun 15, 2013 Suresh Vijendran rated it really liked it.

Author: Colin Forbes. Chapter 11. Chapter 22. Chapter 33.

It is one of the most beautiful old towns in German. He had his mind on something else thi. Unlocking his case, he produced something rolled up in a handkerchief. A blue, shiny cylinder like a large felt-tip pen. There were two press-buttons: one on the casing, the second at the base

Colin Forbes was the pen name used by the famous British author Raymond Harold Sawkins for writing his mystery and thriller novels.

Colin Forbes was the pen name used by the famous British author Raymond Harold Sawkins for writing his mystery and thriller novels. He also made use of other pen names such as Richard Paine, Harold English, and Jay Bernard throughout his writing career. Colin has written a total of 3 thriller novel series in his career, most of which are spy thriller.

It's double jeopardy ' In a darkened apartment in a large building near Munich police . Documents Similar To Colin Forbes - 1982 - Double Jeopardy.

It's double jeopardy ' In a darkened apartment in a large building near Munich police headquarters in Ettstrasse a gloved hand lifted a telephone. The man wearing nylon gloves was the sole occupant. The only illumination came from a shaded desk light. The conversation had been carried on in English Martel was booking in under his own name and nationality. Under the heading Occupation he wrote Consultant. Escorted upstairs in the lift by the porter, he was shown into a huge room with a large bathroom.

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A British secret agent is found murdered on Lake Konstanz in Bavaria, with a neo-Nazi sign carved on his back. A British secret agent is found murdered on Lake Konstanz in Bavaria, with a neo-Nazi sign carved on his back.

A thriller featuring Tweed of the SIS who looks into a new outbreak of neo-Nazi menace.
  • Four world leaders are scheduled to travel by train to a summit in Vienna. British intelligence reports suggests not one but two threats to one of the world leaders, by both East German communists and the neo-Nazi Delta group, who have been targeting spies around the Lake Constance area of Switzerland. Tweed, Marler and other characters who feature in many more of Forbes's later books have to find out who is behind an attempted assassination - not only that, the neo-NAzi arms dumps are located and the communist leader uses this to his own political advantage in the run-up to the German national elections. To top it all, one of the security personnel on the train in a suspect . . . who? A timeless classic and an engrossing thriller all in one. Athough it was written in 1982, set in East and West Germany, the neo-Nazi angle could easily be applicable to today's German political climate. This is also the debut appearance of Tweed, the 'hero' of Forbes's novels. The pacing is fast, the narrative is easy to read and the story does not get too complex. Overall, track down a copy and enjoy! Oh, in case you're wondering, this is nothing to do with the recent Tommy Lee Jones and Ashley Judd movie of the same name!

  • A story of European intelligence in the 1980's. The assignation of a world leader is in the mix, and the race is on to stop the assassin. It is not a complex story and the second half is fast passed.

  • Having read another (more recent) novel by Colin Forbes which featured the inimitable Tweed, I was keen to get my hands on more. A little research revealed that this title, Double Jeopardy was apparently the first appearance by the British super-spy. Although relatively short compared to most of his later works, Double Jeopardy is still a cracking read. It tends to focus more on the activities of Martel, the primary agent, but Tweed's abilities emerge towards the end. If you become a Tweed fan like myself, you will enjoy going back to where it all started (circa 1982) and then following the sequence through to more recent publications like The Sisterhood (1999). How Forbes keeps conjuring up these plots with the amazing end/twists is the real appeal of his works.