TREVAYNE - He was untouchable ...or so he hoped. Andrew Trevayne was a millionaire by the time he was thirty. He went into government, carving out a brilliant career. Then, at a call from the president, he initiates a probe into the clandestine world of secret government. It's a nightmare maze where money men and mafia leaders mix, a world where even the Presidency can be bought and sold. And where a man like Trevayne could be a dreaded enemy, a duped victim, or maybe, just maybe, a king. THE CRY OF THE HALIDON - Alex McAuliff has received an offer he can't refuse - but if he accepts, it could be the last thing he does. He's been given two million dollars for a geological survey of Jamaica's dark interior. But British Intelligence contact Alex to let him in on a secret: the last survey team despatched to Jamaica vanished without trace. From the moment he lands in Jamaica he is a marked man. But who wants him dead? In an island paradise where even a beautiful woman could be a spy, Alex's only clue to survival is a single, mysterious word: Halidon...T
HE RHINEMANN EXCHANGE - Expert, deadly and ruthlessly efficient, David Spaulding is the most feared and resourceful Allied agent in wartime Europe. He is also high on the Gestapo's 'most wanted' list. Now Spaulding has been selected by Allied Command to handle an undercover deal involving Nazi scientific plans. The dealer is Erich Rhinemann, an exiled German Jew awaiting the end of the war in an impenetrable retreat near Buenos Aires. But there's something Spaulding doesn't know. The other side of the deal. And it involves the most bizarre, horrific intrigue of the Second World War.
After a successful career in the theatre, Robert Ludlum launched his career as a best-selling writer with THE SCARLATTI INHERITANCE in 1971, the first of twenty-two consecutive international bestsellers. Robert sadly passed away in March 2001.