»Yet, [Alistair] MacLean excelled at tales in which men were driven to extremes and twists repeatedly blindsided you. His books may not have been literary masterpieces, but the best of them—those in which he wrote about subjects and environments he knew well—were far from rubbish.«
J. Kingston Pierce
Fit to thrill: J. Kingston Pierce about Alistair MacLean and why his books deserves to be read again. More at The Kirkus Review.