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Assault on Eden / by Eugenia Adams. [print]

By: Adams, Eugenia [author]Material type: TextTextPublication details: Grand Rapids : Eerdmans, [(c)1977. Description: 130 pages ; 21 cmContent type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 0802817025; 9780802817020Subject(s): Owens, Virginia Stem | Christian biography -- New Mexico | Communal living -- New Mexico | Eden | Sin, Original | New MexicoLOC classification: PS3551.A873 1977PZ4.A2123.A211.A873 1977COPYRIGHT NOT covered - Click this link to request copyright permission: Review: Three aerialists - The Blind Eagles - are the top attraction in Tesco Wrinfield's famous American traveling circus. All three are Iron curtain refugees and one of them is clairvoyant, with amazing powers of mental recall. For more earthly reasons, they have come to the attention of the CIA. Their assignment: penetrate a fortified castle and retrieve a top-secret and very deadly scientific formula. But before the troupe even sets out, an assassin strikes ...
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Three aerialists - The Blind Eagles - are the top attraction in Tesco Wrinfield's famous American traveling circus. All three are Iron curtain refugees and one of them is clairvoyant, with amazing powers of mental recall. For more earthly reasons, they have come to the attention of the CIA. Their assignment: penetrate a fortified castle and retrieve a top-secret and very deadly scientific formula. But before the troupe even sets out, an assassin strikes ...

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