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The Cold War's boiling over. Global tensions are near the breaking point. So, what's the perfect assignment for a super-spy who hasn't slept since the Korean conflict? A fun-filled trip to the Montreal World's Fair!

The adorable little girl he's escorting - who, under different circumstances, would be sitting on the Lithuanian throne - can hardly contain her excitement, but it isn't all playtime for Evan Tanner. Some mysterious disappearances, apparently linked to the fair's Cuban exhibition, need to be looked into.

Keeping his mind on business, however, won't be easy after an insatiable, lovely lady in a tiger skin falls into Tanner's arms and a mother lode of dangerous drugs falls into his lap. But the biggest, deadliest surprise is the terrorist plot Tanner's tumbling into, and he'll have to think and act quickly to prevent the visiting queen of England from being blown to smithereens.

©1970 Lawrence Block (P)2020 Lawrence Block

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Tanner's Tiger

This book is about Tanner. I guess the title tells that any way.. This is a fun book to listen to. It's plenty exciting. Tanner is always into something. It's six hours long and interesting. I received a free copy of this book and that has no influence on my review. Theo Holland does a great job narraiting this book. If my review was any help will you please click on the helpful link below. Thank you.

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Good.

Cold War a super spy, now you have plenty of mayhem to enjoy. Given audio for my voluntary review

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Block and Holland

I love hearing Block's work narrated by Theo Holland. The narration and the text really seem to complement one another.

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Lots of action, still boring

Unimaginative writing style. Disappointing when compared to _Burglar_ series. Occasionally funny. (Quote: "an unusually unpleasant Tuesday night in a generally horrible August.") Plot line good, but somehow boring in its execution and without a generally clever writing style to compensate for it. Hated narration.

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  • 06-14-21

Tanner in classic form

Fans of Lawrence Block"s Tanner stories will get another treat here. As usual, it doesn't hurt to be familiar with the back story, but even those new to the series should be able to enjoy the improbable twists and turns, a tale masterfully spun as usual, an thoroughly good fun.