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High Hostage

it was amazing 5.0  ·  Rating Details ·  1 Rating  ·  1 Review
A young woman becomes enmeshed in a plot that endangers the life of her young 'nephew' as well as her own.
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Published January 1st 1980 by Ace Books
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Mike Debaptiste
Mar 06, 2009 Mike Debaptiste rated it it was amazing
Recommends it for: fans of Vintage Romantic Suspense
HIGH HOSTAGE
by Anne Worboys


From the 1970s Ace paperback edition:

"After the horrible accidental death of her husband, Alix Johnston is in urgent need of rest and relaxation, and sets off on what is supposed to be a holiday on the exotic Greek island of Corfu. But hiding out on the island is Cary, her husband's cousin, a notorious financier who is wanted by the police. Alix discovers that his son, Benjamin, who is supposed to be with his mother in England, is being kept a prisonoer on the island
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Annette Isobel Eyre Worboys
aka Anne Eyre Worboys, Annette Eyre, Vicky Maxwell, Anne Worboys

Annette Isobel Eyre was born on 1920 in Auckland, New Zealand, daughter of Agnes Helen (Blair) and Thomas Edwardes Eyre. Before married, she served in the Royal New Zealand Air Force, from 1942 to 1945. On 20 September 1946, she married Walter Brindy Worboys, and had two daughters, Carolyn and Robin. She wro
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