I must have read them all dozens of times, but I still keep re-reading them!
At one time she ran one of the largest criminal organizations in the Mediterranean, until she disbanded and now does some spy work for British Intelligence.
Also highly recommended are the books Peter O'Donnell wrote under the pseudonym Madeleine Brent.
A fun read. Some of the descriptions were a little awkward and difficult to understand, but the story was pretty good. Read morePublished 1 month ago by andy
Me too! I read this because in an internet post Steve Barnes, the SF writer, recommended it if one wished to see good examples of well written, entertaining fight scenes. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Peter Huston
One can see how this first volume spawned 10 more books in this series. It is a tightly scripted adventure with good characterization and adventure that draws you in and keeps you... Read morePublished 4 months ago by F. Orion Pozo
Modesty Blaise: #2 "Sabre Tooth" by Peter O’Donnell, was a pleasant surprise. I was under the assumption she was a small time private eye or something. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Virginia E. Johnson
i have read this book several times had to replace my worn out copy. it will take me a few years to wear out this copy.Published 9 months ago by James C. Lyman
Ten million dollars in diamonds are being given to an Arab sheik, but Gabriel, a master criminal plans on taking the diamonds somewhere in shipment. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Virginia E. Johnson
Modesty Blaise (Joseph Losey, 1966, 119‘)
Modesty Blaise was a comedic spy-fi motion picture produced in the United Kingdom and released worldwide. Read more
The first Blaise is where it all starts, so you have to begin here. It's a fine Modesty, perhaps not the best, but unmissable. Read morePublished 15 months ago by Jack Rawlins