Big John Spada is a self-made millionaire. From his headquarters in New York, he directs enterprises around the world with military precision. Privately, Spada also funds Proteus, a clandestine movement that works to free political prisoners and combat tyrants wherever they may be. Then news arrives from Argentina that the Buenos Aires secret police have arrested Spada's daughter Teresa, a doctor, after she performed emergency surgery on a man with gunshot wounds. They then take her husband Rodolfo whose outspoken editorials have angered the country's fascist government. A scheme is hatched by Proteus to rescue them, but soon the enemies of Proteus begin to target Spada himself.
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Morris West was one of the great storytellers of the twentieth century. He wrote 28 novels, several of which were made into films, as well as plays and non-fiction. Australian-born, his books have sold nearly 70 million copies worldwide, and have been translated into 28 languages. He is best known for his novels The Devil's Advocate, The Shoes of the Fisherman and The Clowns of God.Review:
"Mammoth brew of good and evil." —The Observer
"Extraordinarily well-told . . . narrative is very exciting." —Auberon Waugh, Evening Standard
"Bestseller written all over it." —Daily Express
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Book Description Collins. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. 0002216744 New Condition. Bookseller Inventory # NEW7.0937805
Book Description Collins, 1979. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # M0002216744