In Waller's (Dog Day Afternoon) political thriller, the . Ned French, whose intelligence training screams in protest, is assigned to protect the embassy
In Waller's (Dog Day Afternoon) political thriller, the . Embassy in London is targeted for a terrorist attack during its Fourth of July festivities. PW noted that "numerous subplots work to mixed effect but the climactic pages justify the effort. Ned French, whose intelligence training screams in protest, is assigned to protect the embassy. Inevitably, Muslim fundamentalists surface with an ingenious plan. It is up to Ned to anticipate every danger and keep up the gala's pretense of gaiety. Adding to the excruciating tension are sexual subplots among agents and lovers.
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Leslie Elson Waller (April 1, 1923 – March 29, 2007) was an American writer. He is a son of Ukrainian immigrants and was born in Chicago, Illinois. He suffered from amblyopia and poliomyelitis as a child, but graduated from Hyde Park High School by the age of 16. He was interested in writing from an early age, and became a police reporter before he went to Wilson Junior College.
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