To the three Guatemalan Indians who have come to Scotland to track him down, Gord represents their last hope of freedom. They want him to lead an uprising against the military dictatorship. Gord flies with them to a landing strip in the rainforest. A hopeless dream becomes a burning reality, but the forces pitted against them are formidable.
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The Fighting ManReview:
'An exciting novel that is full of inside knowledge...It's time for Gerald Seymour to be recognized as ranking right up there with Graham Greene' (The New York Times)
'The finest thriller writer in the world today' (Daily Mail)
'Moving and gripping. Seymour's characters are all beautifully drawn. The dialogue is so real you can hear it and the plot is as tight as a drum. It is tempting to say that Seymour is at the height of his powers...He just gets better and better' (Today)
'Unstoppable momentum' (Daily Telegraph)
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Book Description 1994-12-05., 1994. Book Condition: New. HarperCollins Publishers Ltd. New Ed. Paperback. Book: VERY GOOD. 464pp. . Bookseller Inventory # NF-1050051