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Touchfeather Katy Touchfeather vliegensvlugge agente met Iers temperament vermomd als stewardess met onbeperkte faciliteiten op alle luchtlijnen ter wereld even explosief als de zaakjes die haar worden toevertrou

  • Title: Touchfeather
  • Author: Jimmy Sangster
  • ISBN: 9780363000152
  • Page: 422
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Katy Touchfeather vliegensvlugge agente met Iers temperament, vermomd als stewardess met onbeperkte faciliteiten op alle luchtlijnen ter wereld even explosief als de zaakjes die haar worden toevertrouwd

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    1. Karl on said:

      Jimmy Sangster was an acclaimed screenwriter (“Curse of Frankenstein”, “Deadlier Than the Male”, “The Legacy”, etc.), director (“Lust for a Vampire”, “Banacek”, etc. ). After working for Hammer Films he began writing spy novels in the late sixties.Now, some almost fifty years later, he seems to perhaps be in 'being rediscovered mode’. His novels are being reprinted with bright and fancy new covers. I was a sucker for this kind of book back in the day and after thinking abou [...]

    2. Dave on said:

      Spygirl at 40,00 FeetAt one time in our history, air flight was considered sexy, romantic, and debonair. Armies of short-skirted, long-legged stewardesses welcomed you to the friendly skies. And, there was a time when James Bond was all the rage and copycats Bonds were a dime a dozen. In two terrifically fun short books, Touchfeather and Touchfeather, Too, we are introduced to the spygirl, Katy Touchfeather, who had always dreamed of being a stewardess and now had it as her cover story. Long bef [...]

    3. Steve on said:

      I received this from Brash Books in exchange for an honest review.Quick, simple read pretty typical for the times that it was originally written in (late 60s). Really digging the cover! Not much character development, but it's not really needed in this book. I'll read the next one when it is released.

    4. Joyce on said:

      What a fun, action filled, fast read. I was taken back to the sixties and could picture Katy doing her thing. Sangster was a very visual writer and the reader is made to almost feel like they are watching a movie back in the day. This was well worth spending a bit of time with and I highly recommend it for enjoyable easy reading. Thanks to Brash Books for an ARC for an honest review.

    5. Randy on said:

      Katy Touchfeather is an air hostess-sort of. No permanent airline, just whatever her current assignment had the need. She's an agent for a British agency, her boss a gentleman known only as Mr. Blaser.She's part of a team assigned to bird dog a man named William Partman, a professor headed to India, ostensibly to read a couple of his papers, but suspected of selling his work to-maybe a foreign government. Part of a team, she's told to get close to him. Others would watch him as well.Young and at [...]

    6. Andreas Flögel on said:

      A Female Spy in a Male WorldFirst and for all: This book was fun. When I read the warning from the publisher: "This book was originally published in England in the late 1960s and reflects the cultural and sexual attitudes, language, and politics of those turbulent times.”, I was not sure, what to make of it. I hoped it would not be a silly 60ties parody, full of puns and false laughter. I should not have feared. The story is a spy story, as one would expect from any other spy series, e.g. a 00 [...]

    7. Patty on said:

      If you like strong female characters and the action of James Bond, you will love this thriller about Katie Touchfeather. Her husband was killed and once finding out the circumstances, finds herself becoming a British Spy. Posing as a stewardess or an air hostess as she is referred to, Katie is able to easily go undercover to achieve the goals she needs to as a secret agent. When she is asked to follow and see the interactions of Bill Partman, her life will forever change. Female characters that [...]

    8. Kevin Cannon on said:

      I received a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest reviewKaty Touchfeather is a part-time air hostess and full-time spy. When she is given a mission to keep tabs on an english scientist on his trip abroad she inadventently fall in love, and that's where the problem starts.Written in a fun, easy to read style which screams of the 1960/70's with it's un-pc language and outdated views, this is no Ian Fleming and Katy is no 'Jane' Bond but it has it's own likable charm and I'd be quite ha [...]

    9. RJ on said:

      An interesting bit of political intrigue this was. The prologue has a warning of sorts that this novel was originally written in the free love 60’s and that language and perceptions would reflect such. I found it fairly enjoyable and thought about the 60’s when we stumbled over such areas. The protagonist Katy Touchfeather via the narrator was also a joy to listen to. I found myself smiling several times at her reactions and approaches to situations. Quite the girl that Katy. I thought the b [...]

    10. Jay Williams on said:

      After a quick introduction, this book delivers danger, seduction, suspense and page after page of thrills. The characters are all a touch eccentric, with some drawn in more depth than others. The story itself leads across several continents with surprises appearing all along the way, and ends with a climax the reader could not have seen coming. Katherine Touchfeather is a very different kind of spy, and that gives rise to many unique and thought-provoking situations. The writing style is not dif [...]

    11. Barry on said:

      She's noy Modesty Blaize but Katy Touchfeather is a spy. She works as a cover as an air line hostess, working through her boss for various airlines. But her main job is as a spy. Interesting case, exiting conclusion

    12. Brooke on said:

      This book was great! I loved the accent of the narrator and the little quips that are said. A nice little mystery but not too much that you are tense trying to figure it out. Very enjoyable. I only hope that more of these are narrated in the future.

    13. Julia on said:

      I received a free ARC from Brash Books in exchange for my honest review.

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