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The Golden Rendezvous by Alistair MacLean (1962)
After grabbing the gold, they will transfer their passengers to the Ticonderoga, along with the newly activated atomic bomb, and after sailing away, set off the bomb to hide their crime. Edit Cast Cast overview, first billed only: Treasury ship carrying gold bullion. Following the death of his family in an airplane crash, a man plots an elaborate revenge scheme on those responsible. The Big MacLean Book: Full Cast and Crew.
That’s why this book has a special place in my heart. It goes where the captain wants it to go; there’s no itinerary.
But I have read it couple of times nevertheless and I like the character of the wisecracking captain. Members Reviews Popularity Average rating Mentions 12 23, 3. So I’m not sure what to say.
The film was tied up in a South African political scandal after a Supreme Court judge made public evidence of corruption and the misappropriation of millions of pound of public funds. So I’m not sure what to say. Barts 4 – MacLean has always been a favorite I had been looking in all the obvious places. But Alistair Maclean is worth being a part of a literature course in college.
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The Summer of the Danes. He’s transported to the hospital bay, where he is treated — and from where he escapes to save rrndezvous day, in a manner that’s altogether unbelievable, again.
He died in A missing atomic scientist The concluding fifteen minutes of the screenplay led to an ending that bore little resemblance to the book plot. Is the Campari a victim of modern day piracy? The movie performed poorly at the box office.
MacLean is such an extraordinary storyteller that he makes ludicrous plots seem rendzvous believable.
And there’s a waiting list of kings and presidents trying to get aboard, willing to pay millions to do so. Excellent and if it was a book I was reading it would have been a page turner, now it was a case if pressing the righthand side of my s note and checking to see if I had enough time to read before I could go to bed.
There is also a suspicious cancer patient closely guarded by a forbidding German nurse, and soon important members of the crew start to get killed, especially around the communication centre. The book became a best seller.
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So I found it on ABEbooks. Then violence erupts and suddenly the whole ship is in danger. Yes No Thanks for mcalean feedback! MacLean is always at his best when at sea and this novel is no exception.
Even though there’s nothing remotely believable mqclean this book, I actually enjoyed it. Movies Seen In A Theater – The filmography of the last 20 deceased Oscar nominated actors and actresses.
But then when I really ‘tasted’ Maclean – you have to be the right age, rendezvoks have the right education, to appreciate classical writers like Alistair Maclean – I never knew a writer who could be so GOOD. However a different ending maaclean scripted for the film in order to increase plot tension and create something far more dramatic and spectacular.
Put them all together with First Officer John Carter, tough, shrewd, resourceful, and you have a fantastic blend of suspense — adventure and international intrigue. Their plan is to sail the ship to intercept another ship the Ticonderoga that is to be carrying million dollars with of gold.