Octavo, hardcover, near fine in lightly rubbed price-clipped yellow pictorial dj. A novel of mistaken identity which is bizarre and frightening. It starts in Canada and ends in Paris with a stunning close. Timothy Stern, a photographer brutalized by his coverage of the war in Vietnam, is drawn into the dangerous netherworld of intelligence organizations where agents cynically carry out the orders of their governments. 200 pages.
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Fine in Very Good jacket. 0385149352 First American edition, first printing. The dust jacket is in Very Good+ condition and is neatly clipped. Back jacket has a small 1/2 chip to bottom right corner. Minor wear to spine ends and edges of jacket. Covers are clean and bright. Edges are sharp! The book itself is in Near Fine condition with no bumps or scratches. The binding is straight and tight. Pages are white. All books are marked down 35% until December 31, 2016. Start stocking up for Christmas now! !
Very Good+ in Very Good+ dust jacket. 200 pp. Jacket price clipped, edges lightly worn. Prev owner's address label on title page. Timothy Stern, a photographer, gets drawn into the dangerous shadow world of intelligence agencies, through a case of mistaken identity. To survive, he must clear this up, and the trail lead him to Paris.; 8vo-over 7¾"-9¾" tall.
Very Good Plus/Very Good Plus. 5-1/2 x 8-1/2 x 3/4 " 0385149352 1979 FIRST EDITION Hardcover book in Dustjacket...VG+ book in VG+ DJ...NO tears, No odors, No writing...Very tiniest bump to bottom corner and very slight almost indectable lean to spine...Jacket is price clipped inside...Protected in New non-stick clear mylar sleeve...Nice Clean Gift Giving quality...Navy blue boards with brick red cloth & gold gilt title impressed on spine. in original matching red blue and beige dustjacket...200 pages...Canadian based, African born Ian Adams has worked as an author and journalist around the world for decades...In the autumn of 1970 he was covering the coup that overthrew the Chilean government of Salvadore Allende...He stumbled across some information there that led to a lifeling interest in internationa secrect service organizations, and has written many books, both fiction, and non-fiction, about those subjects, including the best-selling novel S Portrait of a Spy...This novel, End Game in Paris, concerns a bizarre and frightening case of mistaken identity, which sees Timothy Stern, a photographer brutalized by his coverage of the war in Vietnam, drawn into the dangerous netherworld of intelligence organizations where agents cynically carry out the orders of their governments...Police, instead of helping Timothy, treat him as though he is suspicious...In investigating the apparent murder of a French Canadian student whose identity has not been released, Paris police detain Timothy Stern near the scene of the shooting...According to police the identify of the shooting victim is not known, other than he was often seen ' in places frequented by the homosexual community '...Friends of Stern back in Canada are not helpful, either, offering the information to police that they had no idea why he was in Paris, and that he had appeared deeply depressed and unable to work after his return from Vietnam several months before, and had been seeking psychiatric counseling...But there is more than one man calling himself Timothy Stern...The search for the double begins in Montreal at the height of the October crisis in 1970, and leads the real Stern into a mysterious erotic relathionship with a beautiful CIA agent...More clues take him to Algiers and finally to Paris, where events take an unexpected turn and the story moves to a stunning close...Thrilling read from Canada's master of the genre..." End Game in Paris "-A Novel of Mistaken Identity...by Ian Adams...1979 Hardcover Book in Dust Jacket, 1st Edition...published by Doubeday Canada, in English only *** Securely packed for Safe Delivery ~ Shipping safely Worldwide, since 1965 ***
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