Thursday, January 12, 2012

The Dominican Affair by Bruce Algozin

Brutal acts of terrorism are used as a disguise for a broader and more sinister plot!


When the American embassy in Santo Domingo is captured by terrorists and the ailing ambassador held for ransom, Nick Carter is called in to do the impossible. But when a bright, young American diplomat turns up murdered, and a beautiful Haitian women appeals to Nick for help, he realizes he is involved in a web of intrigue that is more than mere acts of terrorism. The plot thickens when Nick discovers that the overt acts of violence are just the facade for a much more daring scheme.

Printing History
Written by Bruce Algozin

Charter Books
441 15244
March 1982

Note
I am not sure if this cover is the work of George Gross or not as the distinctive signature missing.

2 comments:

  1. Doesn't look like Gross to me -- looks a bit like Bruce Minney, but that's just a guess.

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  2. nice opinion, thanks for sharing...

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