Inspector Anders And The Ship Of Fools (Inspector Anders, #2)
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Inspector Anders And The Ship Of Fools (Inspector Anders #2)

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Across Europe, a terrorist group opposed to globalization is killing executives who retrench large numbers of staff. The Italian Anders, with his extensive experience of terrorists, is called in to assist the French Police.

It is not an assignment he welcomes. Anders is still recovering from the trauma of his recent success against the mafia, and is himself opposed to many...more
Hardcover, 336 pages
Published July 5th 2002 by Minotaur Books (first published 2001)
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Maddy
Inspector Anders, Interpol senior inspector, was introduced in The Wooden Leg of Inspector Anders, where he cleverly solved a situation involving the Italian Mafia. World weary, introspective, an amputee who lost a leg as a result of a bombing earlier in his career, Anders is once again involved in a highly complex case which originates in Frankfurt, Germany. A drug company is in merger talks, and their joint boards are meeting to finalize the arrangements. Somehow, a bomb has been planted in th...more
Peter Metcalfe
tightly held till the end
Steve
The sequel to the Wooden Leg of Inspector Anders. This time, Anders is battling an international terrorist organisation -- or is he? While not quite as credible as the previous tale (which actually wasn't that credible either, now that I think about it), this is still an engaging read from beginning to end. Oct 2001
Pauline Moncrieff
Inspector Anders is working for Interpol to solve a series of violent terrorist acts against big companies throughout Europe. He is a flawed and troubled character, whose personal characteristics and idiosycrasies help him in some way to find out the truth.
Rosemary
This Aussie writer is not as famous as he should be for his mysteries. Inspector Anders, an Italian, works for Interpol and solves some difficult murders, flitting around Europe with his trusty underling.
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Browne was an international banker - he racked up 37 years with NAB - and one of his forebears was a founder of Australia's first bank. But the former paratrooper who once hankered for a spell in the French foreign legion loved writing and had three books published in Britain in the early '80s when writing was still ''an occasional Sunday activity''. Then came a couple of historical novels about M...more
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