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1975*1st* Circus - Alistair MacLean(Collins)hardback clipped jacket

1975*1st* Circus - Alistair MacLean(Collins)hardback clipped jacket

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"Circus" is a thriller novel written by Alistair MacLean and published in 1975. The story revolves around Bruno Wildermann, the head of a European terrorist organization known as "Circus." Wildermann's main objective is to kidnap Sir Isaac Pitman, an influential British scientist, and obtain his secret invention, capable of changing the balance of power in the world if it falls into the wrong hands.

To counter this threat, British intelligence agency MI6 forms a team led by their top agent, John Carpenter. Carpenter is tasked with infiltrating Circus and dismantling the organization from within. Posing as a Polish terrorist named Jan Marais, Carpenter joins Circus and gains the trust of its members, including Wildermann.

As Carpenter delves deeper into the organization, he uncovers a web of spies and double agents, making it difficult to distinguish friend from foe. With time running out, Carpenter must navigate through a treacherous world of betrayals and dangers to fulfill his mission and prevent the catastrophic consequences of Circus obtaining Sir Isaac Pitman's invention.

"Circus" is a fast-paced thriller that combines action, espionage, and suspense, typical of Alistair MacLean's writing style. The novel keeps readers on the edge of their seats as they follow Carpenter's unpredictable journey through a maze of intrigue and deception. MacLean's meticulous attention to detail and expert storytelling make "Circus" a gripping and thrilling read from start to finish.

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