Assignment-Helene (1959). a b "EDWARD AARONS, NOVELIST, 58, DIES: His 'Assignment' Spy Books Sold 23 Million Copies". Sam Durell Novels Description.
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Assignment- Silver Scorpion. Sam Durell was a chief field agent for K section of the CIA.
In the newly created country Salangap, deep in the Indochina region, General Trang is leading the Xu Bhien in a revolt to take over the nascent nation. An American seems to be a major player in the action and Durell's job is to find out who he or she is and eliminate the problem. Recovering in Athens from wounds, Durell learns but refuses to believe the astonishing news that his long love, Deirdre Padgett, had met an East German agent, married him, and defected behind the Iron Curtain. Assignment- Silver Scorpion.
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S. Aarons’ series of novels featured Sam Durell, a CIA agent and the lead protagonist that made his first appearance in Assignment to Disaste r that was published in 1955.
Hardcover Paperback Kindle. S. Aaron continued to publish the Assignment series of novels until his death in 1975. Edward was born in Philadelphia and went to Columbia University, from where he got his degree in Literature and History.
Sam Durell is an agent with the CIA. Born in southern Louisiana and raised . Born in southern Louisiana and raised by his grandfather, Jonathan, down in Bayou Peche Rouge 'in the bayou below New Orleans', Durell was taught the self-reliance of the Cajun people. For nearly thirty years, the assignments of Sam Durell thrilled readers and made the author a major player in Fawcett's Gold Medal stable of excellent writers. Mr. Aarons' character possessed a nice balance that readers wanted in a hero. He was desirable by women but had no overwhelming urge to bed each that he met, though he did enjoy the company of several throughout the series.
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