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Craig and the Jaguar

(1973)
(The fourth book in the Peter Craig series)
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In the shadow of a jagged mountain peak, the stakes are high

in Peru, international troubleshooter Peter Craig is on orders from MI6 to bring home a troublesome would-be spy who has been raising eyebrows with his reports of a Marxist plot.

Arriving to find his quarry is missing, Craig unearths a deeper conspiracy.

Reviews of Shadow of the Jaguar

"The story line, Tupamaros and guerrilla terrorists fighting the government forces, is strong and exciting, but what makes the book really fascinating are the scenes in the Peruvian high plateau and the Cordillera Blanca."
-- Daily Telegraph, 23.8.1973.

"Events and geography blended well in today's Peru, with politics both protesting and orthodox. Three cheers for a churning story."
-- Times, 2.8.1973.

"Another entertaining story from a man who spent 31 years in the Foreign Service. Here is an adventure thriller featuring the dashing Peter Craig, an unofficial agent for MI6."
-- Manchester Evening News, 4.12.1973.

Shadow of the Jaguar was previously published as Craig and the Jaguar by Macmillan.

Genre: Thriller

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