Saturday, May 11, 2013

The Cunning Linguist by Troy Conway

Adventurer Rod Damon, The Coxeman,
Takes a savage licking when he tries to battle two beautiful enemy agents

Rod Damon is jerked away from his happy hunting grounds and tossed into the middle of an orgy of espionage. A mysterious electronic device is broadcasting incendiary propaganda over America's Freedom Network. The Coxeman, Capitalism's favorite tool, finds that his targets are two dazzling female agents. These delightfully deadly pieces of T.N.T. operate from a pleasure dome on wheels, an
 automatic vehicle with a sinister mission.

Coxeman #20
Printing History
Written by Michael Avallone (1924-1999)

Coronet Communications, Inc.
Paperback Library, Inc.
1st Printing  May 1970

Warner Paperback Library
Warner Books, Inc

Flamingo Paperback
Top Sellers. Ltd.

1 comment:

  1. Hi! I found your blog while searching for books with "cunning linguist" in the title, as I'm currently writing a murder-mystery called The Case of the Cunning Linguist. This one definitely seems to focus more on the typical connotation of the term, while mine is more about the denotation (though mine also puns on the concept of a "Latin lover"). If you're interested, you can read the chapters I've written so far as a serial at Jukepop here: