Alistair MacLean must not have taken this novel quite so seriously as his famous previous ones. It lacks the usual razor-edge tension, but on the contrary is very funny. Unusually, it also has interesting female characters. The sense of location is excellent: the dedication is to the owner of the Hotel Baumanière, where the first part takes place. The action, improbable as it is, carries on quickly and pleasantly. And do not even think about the treatment of Gypsies (pardon, Roma) - the novel was published in 1970, and all the better for it. Just enjoy the ride and the bullfight.
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