- Author:Palma Harcourt
- Publisher:Futura Publications; New Ed edition (1984)
- Pages:224 pages
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Select Format: Hardcover. ISBN13: 9780802730879.
After a disastrous lapse (Agents of Influence, 1977), Harcourt returns with a reasonably diverting exercise in beleaguered diplomacy-even if it winds up once again with an evil Oriental conspiracy at the root of everything. Narrator Piers Tyburn of the British Embassy in Paris becomes the reluctant confidant of an Embassy colleague, an old school chum who believes that a high British official is being blackmailed.
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ISBN 10: 0802753825, ISBN 13: 9780802753823.
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Palma Harcourt has written: 'Limited options'. At high risk' - subject(s): Fiction in English. Hugo Palma has written: 'Confianza, desarme y relaciones internacionales' - subject(s): Arms control, Foreign relations, International Security. Agents of Influence'. Limited Options' - subject(s): Fathers and sons, Fiction, Terrorists.
High Risk (High Stakes 3), New, Ahrnstedt, Simona Book. At High Risk, Harcourt, Palma, Collins, 1977, Hardcover.
Harcourt's adult books division was one of the most historic of the American literary publishers. Its backlist included Sinclair Lewis, Virginia Woolf, T. S. Eliot, Robert Penn Warren's All the King's Men, and Alice Walker's The Color Purple. Harcourt also published high-quality literature in translation by acquiring European writers such as Günter Grass (Germany) and Umberto Eco (Italy). Harcourt Children's Books published books for children of all ages, including interactive books for toddlers, picture books for young children, science fiction and fantasy novels for.