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Hurricane Gold

By: Anders Frejdh
First edition UK hardcover (2007)
First edition US hardcover (2007)
UK paperback edition (2012)
As the sun blazes over the Caribbean island of Lagrimas Negras, its bloodthirsty ruler is watching and waiting. Criminals come here to hide, with blood on their hands and escape on their minds.

On the mainland, in the quiet town of Tres Hermanas, ex-flying ace Jack Stone leaves his son and daughter in the company of James Bond. But a gang of thieves lies in ambush – they want Stone's precious safe, and will kill for its contents. James embarks on a deadly chase through the Mexican jungle. On this terrifying trail of greed and betrayal, only danger is guaranteed ... Survival is not.
Original price:
12.99 GBP
Number of pages:
Translated to Swedish by:
Not yet translated to Swedish
Dust jacket design by:
First released:
September 6, 2007
Released in Sweden:
Not released in Swedish
The fourth book in the Young James Bond book series. The other books in the series are Silverfin (published in 2005), Blood Fever (2006), Double Or Die (2007) and By Royal Command (2008).

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Mexico and an island off the Mexican coast

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