Sabre-Tooth




      Sabre-Tooth
In the second installment of Peter O Donnell s best selling Modesty Blaise series, Karz, a modern day Genghis Khan with an army of ruthless mercenaries, plans to take over oil rich Kuwait It is left to Modesty Blaise and her loyal lieutenant, Willie Garvin, to investigate Karz before an epic battle takes place in the Hindu Kush mountains Modesty must fight alone to prevent an invasion that will change the world. New Download Books Sabre-Tooth Author Peter O'Donnell – heartforum.co.uk

Librarian Note There isthan one author in the GoodReads database with this name See this thread forinformation.Peter O Donnell also wrote as Madeleine Brent.http www.cs.umu.se kenth modesty.htmlis an excellent resource on this author.To help keep the novels and the adventure strip collections separate, here s some info about the Modesty Blaise works.In 1963, O Donnell began his 38 year run as writer of the Modesty Blaise adventure story strip, which appeared six days a week in English and Scottish newspapers He retired the strip in 2001.Each strip story took 18 20 weeks to complete Several publishers over the years have attempted to collect these stories in large softcovers Titan Publishing is currently in the process of bringing them all out in large format softcover, with 2 3 stories in each books These are called graphic novels in the Goodreads title.Meanwhile, during those 38 years, O Donnell also wrote 13 books about Modesty Blaise 11 novels and 2 short story novella collections These stories are not related to the strip stories they are not novelizations of strip stories They are entirely new, though the characters and lives are the same These have been labeled series 0.There is a large article on Peter O Donnell on Wikipedia, with a complete bibliography.

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      Sabre-Tooth
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  • Paperback
  • 284 pages
  • Sabre-Tooth
  • Peter O'Donnell
  • English
  • 13 March 2019
  • 0285636766

10 thoughts on “ Sabre-Tooth

  1. Karl says:

    First US Edition.Sabre Tooth is the second book in the Modesty Blaise series of books and was written by Peter O Donnell in 1966 It is a direct sequel to the first book Modesty Blaise , with Sir Gerald Tarrant of the British For...

  2. Steve says:

    This second novel in the series is a great step up from the rather routine MODESTY BLAISE 1965 , which is not a bad book in and of itself but it can t help but pale in comparison to the subsequent stories that reveal O Donnell to be a master of both characterization and page turning suspense SABRE TOOTH has to do with a Mongolian military megalomaniac Ooh Alliteration who is assembling and training an army of mercenaries with the goal of seizing oil rich Kuwait can you say eerily This second novel in the series is a great step up from the rather routine MODESTY BLAISE 1965 , which is not a bad book in and of itself but it can t help but pale ...

  3. Roybot says:

    I love the Modesty Blaise books, but why, oh why, are the covers so godawful terrible I m sitting reading my book, and my wife gives me the side eye What are you reading she asks with narrowed eyes and raised brow I try to explain that it s an action thriller featuring daring plots, danger, excitement The cover is smutty Well yes There s that Anyway Aesthetic critique aside, Sabre Tooth is a solid...

  4. Kerry Kilburn says:

    I am an unabashed Modesty Blaise fan, and have been for decades I consider her to be one of the first modern kick ass heroines, and admire the skill with which O Donnell created her and her world Blaise is obviously not your average young woman, but somehow remains both real and very likable throughout the series I am rereadin...

  5. Tony Hisgett says:

    This is the second Modesty Blaise book I have read and I m now hooked In the first book it was clear that she is a real kickass heroine, but in this book we get to see just how much she is prepared to endure to get the job done At times this is a really gritty thriller.When I started reading the books I had some worries that they would seem very dated, but it is easy to forget that they were written in the 60s, over 50 years ago.The only minor criticism was as soon we meet Lucille it was This is the second Modesty Blaise book I have read and I m now hooked In the first book it was clear that she is a real kickass heroine, but in this book we get to see just how much she is prepared to endure to get the job done At times this is a really gritty thriller.When I started reading the books I had some worries that they would seem very dated, but it is easy to forget that they w...

  6. Denise says:

    I got pointed at the Modesty Blaise series by a friend who knows my love of the genre that used to be called men s adventure novels and is now called techno thrillers Well, these aren t techno per se this one was first published in 1966 but they re good solid adventure novels, and Modesty the main character has catapulted past Dirk Pitt as my favorite action adventure hero ever Jack Ryan wasn t even in the running Basic premise Modesty Blaise, a former criminal mastermind, I got pointed at the Modesty Blaise series by a friend who knows my love of the genre that used to be called men s adventure novels and is now called techno thrillers Well, these aren t techno per se this one was first published in 1966 but they re good solid adve...

  7. Jane Jago says:

    I love Modesty and Willie Garvin It s kind of like a warm cuddle of a book with a bit of sex and violence I ll probably go through the card now

  8. MKenfield21 says:

    I am not a huge fan of the way in which Modesty and Willie often rely on semi passive solutions to their problems That is, when they undertake an action that does not accomplish their goal but attempts to provoke their enemy into a reaction that will accomplish their goal I don t think this is a sustainable operational pattern Sooner or later someone will react agai...

  9. Doug says:

    SPOILERS AHEAD The pacing in this book was so bad I think I m done with the series First we get a lot of the author desperately trying to convince us that Modesty and Willie are cool If we didn t already think that, we wouldn t be reading the second book in the series Introduce us to the obviously future hostage Then set up set up set up Action sequence that was obviously there because we had gone too far in the book without one Set up set up set up Then the action starts and the book SPOILERS AHEAD The pacing in this book was so bad I think I m done with the series First we get a lot of the author desperately trying to convince us that Modesty and Willie are cool If we didn t already think that, we wouldn t be reading the second book in the series Introduce us to the obviously future hostage Then set up set up set up Action sequence that was obviously there because we had gone too far in the book without one Set up set up set up Then the action starts and the book picks up ag...

  10. Shawn Conner says:

    The second Modesty novel I ve read recently along with Dragon s Claw and a book of short stories, Pieces of Modesty Each time I m amazed and impressed with author O Donnell s characterizations, his imagination when it comes to bad guys and set pieces, the skillful and clear descriptions and the storytelling suspense Sabre Tooth is, I believe, the second in the Modesty Blaise series but the first I think to use the infamous Nailer, an attention grabber that our heroine deploys when it s The second Modesty novel I ve read recently along with Dragon s Claw and a book of short stories...

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