For Michael Benasque terror began with the stroke of midnight. He was an American newspaperman bumming around Caracas, out of a job, out of money, out of luck. Then a high government official falls ill with a terrible and dreaded disease. An American citizen vanishes without a trace from a lonely railroad station. A parachutist drops through the silent night into the shelter of a dense forest. Only the plotters know that these isolated happenings are all part of a master plan...a daring attempt to overthrow a cut-throat dictator who does not hesitate to maim or murder anyone who makes a try for freedom. Benasque agreed to become the central figure in a plot to overthrow a dictatora plot that was daring and desperate, that could bring wealth or sudden death.
Used availability for Alan Caillou's The Plotters
April 2000 : USA Paperback