Philip Atlee

The Kiwi Contract

An agent poses as a rich playboy—and winds up with a target on his back—in this thriller by the Edgar Award–nominated author.
Oil baron Mike Donoghue is on a top-secret assignment for the US government. To protect the mission, someone needs to pose as a decoy—and that’s where freelance agent Joe Gall comes in.
Now, Gall must trade places with a man known for his wealthy, high-flying lifestyle and his love of drink and beautiful women. It’s a role the operative doesn’t mind stepping into—the only problem is someone wants the real Donoghue dead . . .
“[Philip Atlee is] the John D. MacDonald of espionage fiction.” —Larry McMurtry, The New York Times
“I admire Philip Atlee’s writing tremendously.” —Raymond Chandler
193 printed pages
Original publication



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