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Summary

James Bond has been partnered with an Israeli Mossad agent, Pete Natkowitz, and assigned to work with the KGB to infiltrate a terrorist group. The group, The Scales of Justice, are demanding the trial of a suspected Nazi war criminal and each day of delay brings another death.

Posing as a TV crew, Bond and the other agents attempt to discover the group's real motive. When Bond realizes that the real aim is to supply Iraq with nuclear weapons just before the United Nations-led coalition invades he faces the most crucial mission of his life.

©1991 Ian Fleming Publications Ltd. (P)2015 Brilliance Audio, all rights reserved.

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  • 23-05-19

Simon rocks as always, Gardner’s worse Bond book

This is Gardner’s weakest work. Decent ear filler, but this and Scorpious are his weaker works. As I’m working my way through the Bond books I couldn’t skip it (didn’t know to, anyways)so I would tell you NOT to skip it if you just want to listen to them all. If you are a pick and chooser... well then skip it.

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  • Todd M Lawson
  • 19-05-21

Just amazing

This is by far the best James Bond book that I have heard so far what a wonderful story action packed and should definitely be made into a movie two thumbs up. He must listen