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Fiction Book Review: The Aztec by Bill Vidal. Arrow (IPG, dist.), $13.95 trade paper (416p) ISBN 978

the aztec vidal bill

Switching between Florin's past and 2004, The Aztec is a gripping international thriller full of double agents and deception, where no-one seems to be sure who's pulling the strings or why. A well-reasoned and compelling account of the turbulence wrought by the search for political and social liberation by an ally of Che Guevera, who shared his brilliance and resources with revolutionaries including Castro and Allende in his own Latin America, but extending also to Spain's Civil War, Russia and Africa. To buy this book at the lowest price,. Switching between Florin's past and 2004, The Aztec is a gripping international thriller full of double agents and deception, where no-one seems to be sure who's pulling the strings or why. As General Franco's Nationalists march on Madrid in the early stages of the Spanish Civil War, the Republican government authorises the evacuation of the country's gold reserves.

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The Aztec by Bill Vidal

the aztec vidal bill

Jack Hadley, a British visiting professor at the University of Salamanca, his girlfriend Mercedes and the enigmatic civil servant Rosa Uribe have been arrested on drug charges in the wake of an evening's excessive partying. In 2004, Jack Hadley, a British visiting professor at the University of Salamanca; his girlfriend, Mercedes; and the enigmatic civil servant Rosa Uribe have been arrested on drug charges in the wake of an evening's excessive partying. In 1936, as General Franco's Nationalists march on Madrid in the early stages of the Spanish Civil War, the Republican government authorizes the evacuation of the country's gold reserves. The Spanish intelligence chief believes Florin knows the location of the missing gold and coerces Hadley into his service. The occasionally jerky plot loses focus toward the end on a tangent involving a planned coup in Africa, but the author effectively blends history and fiction. Jack Hadley, a British visiting professor at the University of Salamanca, his girlfriend Mercedes and the enigmatic civil servant Rosa Uribe have been arrested on drug charges in the wake of an evening's excessive partying.

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The Aztec by Bill Vidal (9780099534655)

the aztec vidal bill

Until the Spanish Director of National Intelligence offers him a surprising reprieve. As General Franco's Nationalists march on Madrid in the early stages of the Spanish Civil War, the Republican government authorises the evacuation of the countries gold reserves. In recent years he has slowed down his business commitments to devote more time to writing and to his lifelong love for aeroplanes. Jack Hadley, a British visiting professor at the University of Salamanca, his girlfriend Mercedes and the enigmatic civil servant Rosa Uribe have been arrested on drug charges in the wake of an evening's excessive partying. The Spanish intelligence chief believes Florin knows the location of the missing gold and coerces Hadley into his service. Switching between Florin's past and 2004, The Aztec is a gripping international thriller full of double agents and deception, where no-one seems to be sure who's pulling the strings or why. Bill Vidal was born in Argentina and educated in England.

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The Aztec by Bill Vidal (ebook)

the aztec vidal bill

Switching between Florin's past and 2004, The Aztec is a gripping international thriller full of double agents and deception, where no-one seems to be sure who's pulling the strings or why. This particular edition is in a Paperback format. Book Summary: The title of this book is The Aztec and it was written by. The Spanish intelligence chief believes Florin knows the location of the missing gold and coerces Hadley into his service. As General Franco's Nationalists march on Madrid in the early stages of the Spanish Civil War, the Republican government authorises the evacuation of the country's gold reserves. The Spanish intelligence chief believes Florin knows the location of the missing gold and coerces Hadley into his service. Hadley is facing prison, disgrace and possibly the end of his career, until the Spanish Secret Service offer him a surprising reprieve: Hadley is about to visit Cuba to interview the reclusive revolutionary Jesus Florin - better known as the 'The Aztec'.

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Fiction Book Review: The Aztec by Bill Vidal. Arrow (IPG, dist.), $13.95 trade paper (416p) ISBN 978

the aztec vidal bill

He is the author of one previous novel The Clayton Account. Hadley is facing prison, disgrace and possibly the end of his career, until the Spanish Secret Service offer him a surprising reprieve: Hadley is about to visit Cuba to interview the reclusive revolutionary Jesús Florin -- better known as the 'The Aztec'. As General Franco's Nationalists march on Madrid in the early stages of the Spanish Civil War, the Republican government authorises the evacuation of the country's gold reserves. Hadley is writing a book about the Battle for Madrid and Florin is one of the few surviving combatants — but the real reason for the interviews is that the S. Hadley is facing prison, disgrace and possibly the end of his career, until the Spanish Secret Service offer him a surprising reprieve: Hadley is about to visit Cuba to interview the reclusive revolutionary Jesús Florin - better known as the 'The Aztec'. After years of stonewalling various publishers, Jesús has finally agreed to have his biography written by Jack Hadley, a British visiting professor at the University of Salamanca.

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The Aztec : Bill Vidal : 9780099534655

the aztec vidal bill

. Hadley is facing prison, disgrace and possibly the end of his career, until the Spanish Secret Service offer him a surprising reprieve: Hadley is about to visit Cuba to interview the reclusive revolutionary Jesus Florin - better known as the 'The Aztec'. Not at all naive to the butchery on either side of the struggle, The Aztec is a portrait of a good man who find a way to make a difference, despite huge personal cost. In recent years he has slowed down his business commitments to devote more time to writing and to his lifelong love for aeroplanes. A left-wing hero in the Americas, Florin once fought to defend Madrid from Franco and Stalingrad from Hitler. Jack Hadley is a British academic and visiting professor at the University of Salamanca in Spain.

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The Aztec by Bill Vidal (9780099534655)

the aztec vidal bill

When police are called to a particularly raucous late night party in his rooms he is arrested and faces prison, disgrace, and the end of his career. Jack Hadley, a British visiting professor at the University of Salamanca, his girlfriend Mercedes and the enigmatic civil servant Rosa Uribe have been arrested on drug charges in the wake of an evening's excessive partying. As General Franco's Nationalists march on Madrid in the early stages of the Spanish Civil War, the Republican government authorises the evacuation of the country's gold reserves. He is the author of one previous novel The Clayton Account. Hadley is facing prison, disgrace, and possibly the end of his career, until the Spanish Secret Service offer him a surprising reprieve. He asks Hadley to travel to Cuba to interview 'The Aztec', Jesus Florin. .

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The Aztec (Book, 2011) [www.devndesign.club]

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