Six Days of The Condor


Title:                      Six Days of The Condor

Author:                  James Grady

Grady, James (1974). Six Days of The Condor. New York: Norton

LCCN:    73022258

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Date Updated:  January 4, 2017

KIRKUS REVIEW[1]

There is a small outfit of the CIA called the American Library Historical Society-Dept. 17 which is almost totaled by the machine gun in a mailman’s pouch. From then on it’s a nonstop hotfoot for survivor Malcolm, also known as CONDOR, who is wanted dead by his enemies and alive by his own people and who scarcely makes it—with the help of a girl. A debut which is off to a good start (book club and film) although it doesn’t add up to more than an extended chase.

 

[1] Kirkus, downloaded November 15, 2016

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