Black Champagne by George B Mair
Could a top U.N.O. executive use his appointment to create an international holocaust?
Could the political chaos of the 1960’s have been promoted by evil men in positions of authority?
Could drugs and bribery influence policy in the corridors of power?
These are the questions which secret agent David Grant has to answer. Flying from Paris to the sundrenched Caribbean where he is assisted by the voluptuously beautiful Krystelle, she is the perfect ally to help Grant solve the problems confronting him—problems which could, very easily, force him to the brink of destruction.
George Brown Mair was born at Troon in Scotland in May, 1914 and was educated at Kilmarnock Academy and Glasgow University, where he qualified as a doctor. He visited most European countries, Asia from Japan to Turkey, South America, the West Indies, Canada, the United States, and parts of Africa. With his Dutch wife Trudie, he visited nearly all the Communist countries in Europe, during the course of which they were the first to photograph the interior of the Kremlin palaces and met many Soviet leaders.