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Bloody Sunday
Los Angeles Times (1923-Current File) - Los Angeles, Calif.
Author: Williams, Nick B
Date: Dec 27, 1981
Start Page: I5
Pages: 1
Section: THE BOOK REVIEW
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For a big, bloody, brilliantly plotted novel of World War II espionage I salute Normandie Triangle by Justin Scott (Arbor House: $13.95). The Otter, fabled Nazi saboteur, has put the Normandie on the bottom of New York's harbor. His next target--the Queen Mary, thus to cripple the flow of U. S. troops to Europe. His chief opponents are an exquisite British woman and a young American naval architect.

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