Golden Fox

Golden Fox

Book - 1990
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Fascinating...Stunning...Seduction and betrayal. Politics and treachery. Wilbur Smith's THE GOLDEN FOX combines these elements and more with the beauty and violence of the African continent.... Compelling.
THE FREE LANCE-STAR (Fredericksburg, VA)
The Courtney family blood has long run hot--as hot as the passion and turmoil boiling in war-torn South Africa. When one of their own succumbs to the worst kind of evil, those ties are put to the ultimate test.
Isabella Courtney, dazzling daughter of South Africa's ambassador to England, is passionately obsessed with Ramon, the Marques de Santiago y Machado--also known as the Golden Fox, one of the world's most ruthless terrorists. When she secretly bears his child, Ramon kidnaps the boy and persuades powerful, yet reluctant, Isabella to betray South Africa and her beloved family...until the truth at last comes out, and the explosive Courtneys rally to her side and strike back with a raging vengance.... From the Paperback edition.
Publisher: Toronto : McClelland & Stewart, 1990
ISBN: 9780771081934
0771081936
9780330317504
0330317504
Characteristics: 466 p

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amcar2
Mar 13, 2014

If you can get past the nauseating "Mills and Boon",rubbish, not a bad yarn. Not one of Mr Smith's Better novels.

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