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Plunder of the Sun.

David Dodge

Plunder of the Sun.

by David Dodge

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Published by Penguin in association with Michael Joseph in Harmondsworth .
Written in English


Edition Notes

First published 1950.

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Open LibraryOL21645306M

Get this from a library! Plunder of the sun. [David Dodge] -- Al Colby should never have said yes. When asked to smuggle a package from Chile to Peru, he should have run in the other direction. But he needed money, and he wanted the adventure. Now a man is. Plunder of the Sun Photos View All Photos (3) Movie Info. In this film, several interested parties converge upon the Mexican Aztec ruins in search of a long-buried treasure. Insurance investigator Reviews: 1.

  "Under the Sun," by Arthur Dorros is a highly engaging novel. I read this book while working on a project about foreign policy for my English class. I thought this book really highlighted the differences in how countries deal with their own internal struggles and how other countries work towards resolving global issues/5. PLUNDER OF THE SUN. By. BUY NOW FROM. AMAZON BARNES & NOBLE GET WEEKLY BOOK RECOMMENDATIONS: Email Address Subscribe. Tweet. KIRKUS REVIEW. The fascination- and the fever for gold, as it obsesses private operative Al Colby (The Long Escape) when his client, in the transit from Chile to Peru, is killed, and he is left with a manuscript.

About Plunder of the Sun. ON THE TRAIL OF THE LOST TREASURE OF THE INCAS – WITH EVERY FORTUNE HUNTER IN SOUTH AMERICA CLOSING IN! Al Colby should never have agreed to smuggle the package from Chile to Peru. Now one man’s dead, two beautiful women have betrayed him, and a couple of gunmen are hot on his trail. Plunder of the Sun - (Original Trailer) Aztec ruins hold the secret of a long-buried treasure in Plunder of the Sun () starring Glenn Ford and Patricia Medina (Mr. Arkadin). View the TCMDb entry for Plunder of the Sun ().


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Plunder of the Sun by David Dodge Download PDF EPUB FB2

David Dodge’s best-known book is To Catch a Thief, on which Hitchcock’s movie was r of the Sun is a similar kind of story - a combination of crime, adventure and romance.

Al Colby is offered what sounds like an easy /5. Plunder of the Sun is a decent noir with enough complications and surprising turns to keep it interesting. Colby is a man of hard head and high ideals and these lead him a rough chase to a poignant conclusion.

If you've seen the film be advised the book is only mostly like it. I enjoyed both but for different reasons/5(27). Buy a cheap copy of Plunder of the Sun book.

A vivid tale of priceless Zapotecan artifacts, deadly deception and sinister treasure-seekers unfolds in Plunder Of The Sun, based on the novel by best-selling Free shipping over $ Plunder of the Sun (Al Colby Book 2) - Kindle edition by Dodge, David.

Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading Plunder of the Sun (Al Colby Book 2)/5(27). The NOOK Book (eBook) of the Plunder of the Sun by David Dodge at Barnes & Noble.

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Brand: Diversion Books. Plunder Of The Sun (Hard Case Crime) by Dodge, David and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Plunder of the Sun is a decent noir with enough complications and surprising turns to keep it interesting.

Colby is a man of hard head and high ideals and these lead him a rough chase to a poignant conclusion. If you've seen the film be advised the book is only mostly like it. I enjoyed both but for different reasons/5(24). PLUNDER OF THE SUN is one of those works that has fallen into undeserved obscurity, a state that will hopefully be remedied by its new incarnation in the Hard Case Crime catalog.

David Dodge was a frequent and fairly prolific writer of hard-boiled fiction from through His best-known work, TO CATCH A THIEF, was. Plunder of the Sun (33) 1h 22min ALL.

An American insurance adjuster, stranded in Mexico, becomes involved with an archaeologist and a collector of antiquities in a hunt for treasure in the Mexican ruins of Zapoteca. Goodreads Book reviews & recommendations: IMDb Movies, TV & Celebrities: IMDbPro Get Info Entertainment.

Plunder of the Sun Dell Mapback [David Dodge] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers/5(25). Plunder of the Sun by David Dodge is a prime example of action-adventure writing at its best. The most remarkable aspect of this highly readable book is the utter smoothness with which the fast paced narrative unfolds.5/5(5).

Plunder of the Sun is a novel by David F. Dodge about a hunt for ancient Peruvian treasure. It was made into a Film Noir movie of the same name starring Glenn Ford with the location changed to Mexico. Plot. The adventurer Al Colby is persuaded by Anna Luz and her antiquities collector husband, Thomas Berrien, to help them smuggle a Produced by: Robert Fellows.

Plunder of the Sun by David Dodge. Dorchester Publishing Company, Incorporated, Paperback. Good. Disclaimer:A copy that has been read, but remains in clean condition. All pages are intact, and the cover is intact. The spine may show signs of wear. Pages can include limited notes and highlighting, and the copy can include previous owner inscriptions.

Directed by John Farrow. With Glenn Ford, Diana Lynn, Patricia Medina, Francis L. Sullivan. American adventurer gets involved in archaeological artifact smuggling and treasure hunting in Mexico/10().

Get this from a library. Plunder of the sun. [David Dodge] -- Al Colby should never have agreed to smuggle the package from Chile to Peru. Now one man's dead, two beautiful women have betrayed him, and a couple of gunmen are hot on his trail. All because of an. Plunder of the Sun () Publishing History.

Blue Book Magazine. Vol. 88, no. 6 (Apr. ) New York: Random House, DeLuxe edition. (Mystery Guild Library)-- Book Club edition. (Dollar Mystery Guild), with variant cover ; The Toronto Star Weekly, 19 November (Star Weekly Complete Novel) London: Michael Joseph,   Plunder of the Sun - Ebook written by David Dodge.

Read this book using Google Play Books app on your PC, android, iOS devices. Download for offline reading, highlight, bookmark or take notes while you read Plunder of the Sun.4/5(2). "Plunder of the Sun" is a black and white film noir that probably should have been made in the 40s with a different cast.

More about that later. Al Colby (Glenn Ford) is a broke insurance adjuster wandering the streets of pre-Castro Havana when he is approached by a beautiful woman Anna Luz (Patricia Medina) who uses her considerable charms to.

12 Responses to “Reviewed by Jonathan Lewis: DAVID DODGE – Plunder of the Sun (Book/Film).” Barry Lane Says: July 14th, at pm.

I am quite familiar with the film and its story telling problems, some of which, and I am unable to parse the finished product, stem from conflict between Ford and director Farrow.

Plunder of the Sun () Plot. Showing all 4 items Jump to: Summaries (3) Synopsis (1) Summaries. American adventurer gets involved in archaeological artifact smuggling and treasure hunting in Mexico. —nufs. Genre/Form: Detective and mystery fiction Fiction Mystery fiction: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Dodge, David, Plunder of the sun.Plunder of the Sun is a decent noir with enough complications and surprising turns to keep it interesting.

Colby is a man of hard head and high ideals and these lead him a rough chase to a poignant conclusion. If you've seen the film be advised the book is only mostly like it. I enjoyed both but for different reasons/5(16).Read "Plunder of the Sun" by David Dodge available from Rakuten Kobo.

This globe-spanning treasure-hunt adventure is filled with “action, suspense, and excitement. Brand: Diversion Books.