A Touch Of Danger by James JonesA Touch Of Danger by James Jones

A Touch Of Danger

byJames Jones

Paperback | May 10, 2011

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A vacation in the Greek islands becomes complicated when a private eye is drawn into the murky waters of international hashish smuggling

His name is Frank Davies, but friends and clients call him Lobo. A private eye with a law degree, Lobo doesn’t like to get rough but he’ll do it for a friend. When a rich friend sends him to Paris to retrieve some stolen money, he earns himself a trip to Greece as a reward. It’s supposed to be a vacation, but as soon as he arrives he’s working again.
 
First his landlady, an English woman married to a Greek, asks his help bringing her cheating husband to heel. Though he doesn’t like her, he finds himself morbidly fascinated by her train wreck of a marriage. Then he meets a countess with a blackmail problem, and offers her a little pro-bono work. As he digs beneath the island’s sunny surface, Lobo learns that no matter how beautiful the scenery, secrets are always ugly.
 
This ebook features an illustrated biography of James Jones including rare photos from the author’s estate.

James Jones (1921–1977) was one of the most accomplished American authors of the World War II generation. He served in the U.S. Army from 1939 to 1944, and was present at the attack on Pearl Harbor as well as the battle for Guadalcanal, where he was decorated with a purple heart and bronze star. Jones’s experiences informed his epic no...
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Title:A Touch Of DangerFormat:PaperbackDimensions:408 pages, 8.5 × 5.5 × 0.91 inPublished:May 10, 2011Publisher:Open Road MediaLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:1453218483

ISBN - 13:9781453218488

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“James Jones gives you a lot of groceries for your money. Not from the gourmet shop—just plain, hearty, belly-filling fare.” —The New York Times Book Review
 
“The only one of my contemporaries who I felt had more talent than myself was James Jones. And he has also been the only writer of any time for whom I felt any love.” —Norman Mailer