5 edition of Sad Wind from the Sea found in the catalog.
|Statement||Penguin Books Ltd|
|Publishers||Penguin Books Ltd|
|LC Classifications||March 25, 1999|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 68 p. :|
|Number of Pages||65|
nodata File Size: 5MB.
After several clashes with a Russian and several Chinese Communists that work for Kossoff, and having problems with his associates, Hagen eventually gets what he wants. Because it is pretty much identical to the one I just finished, "The Khufra Run". Jack Higgins is one of my favourite writers. Here again the protagonist, Mark Hagen, has ideas of his own about what to do with the treasure. One thing to note is Higgins wrote under several pseudonyms throughout his career.
Mark Hagen gets involved in the retrieval of this gold and decides to take a big cut for himself, giving only a small amount to Rose, the story's love interest. It helps that, in this case, that there's a substantial amount of gold bullion to be liberated from the bottom of a reed-choked swamp in Macao. Description: HarperCollins Publishers India, 2009.
It's a typical Jack Higgins storyline. Some identifying marks on the inside cover, but this is minimal. Jack higgins Jack Higgins first novel. It's a typical Jack Higgins storyline. He hit the ground Sad Wind from the Sea and never forgot how to weave really good stories about unforgettable characters.
This book reads like a series and makes you want to yearn for more Mark Hagan adventures. He finds a girl; young, beautiful, trouble.
Lots of mercenaries on both sides. Later he adopted the name Jack higgins. We are committed to providing you with reliable and efficient service at all times.
Out of the Jack Higgins archives comes this story written from the sounds of it a long time ago. people who love thrill and action should read this book. He lives in the Channel Islands.
A former naval officer who has fought for the British and then his native American Navy, Hagan is now located at Macao and running arms. I did find he seemed to be reinvigorated at one point by co-writing a short series of teen novels and then by introducing some new characters into the Dillon series, but the plot beats remained the same. Many of them have also been made into successful films. I've enjoyed so many of his books over the years.
One thing to note is Higgins wrote under several pseudonyms throughout his career.
I figure Higgins was rereading some of his earlier works and decided he could do a better job with this one.
The protagonist seeks a treasure that went down in a boat at sea.