A freelance operative must smuggle three people out of an African country after a coup in “one of the best of the Gall novels” (Don D’Ammassa, Hugo Award nominee).
The dictator of Murundi has been deposed, and his only hope for getting out of the country safely is American operative Joe Gall. But it won’t be easy since the general who just took him down has agents on their tail—and their little entourage must count on Gall to protect them as they desperately try to make it across the border . . .
This fast-paced international adventure comes from the Edgar Award finalist who has been called “the John D. MacDonald of espionage fiction” (Larry McMurtry, The New York Times).
“I admire Philip Atlee’s writing tremendously.” —Raymond Chandler