In 1962, the Indian army was fighting the Red Chinese along the North East frontier. The war was no business of British Naval Intelligence - until stolen British rifles were found on the battlefield. Paul Mason of Intelligence soon found that the arms were only a pawn in a much more complex game. Somewhere an evil mind was fanning the flames of war. The trails all led to an isolated monastery high in the mountains, and Mason's mission culminated in explosive violence.
Used availability for Robert Charles's Frontier of Violence
April 1998 : UK Paperback