Modesty Blaise - The Killing Distance by Peter O'Donnell

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Continuing the only complete collection of Modesty Blaise Adventures! The return of the 'ass-kicking femme fatale'. Full of classic action and adventure and dripping with 60's chic.

About Peter O'Donnell

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Peter O’Donnell wrote in many media, but achieved international success when he created Modesty Blaise, which was first published in 1963. There has even been a film and a TV version of the character, as well as a series of bestselling novels.
Author Residence: DeceasedEnric Badia Romero has worked for 2000 AD and was the long-term artist on Axa.
Published May 12, 2015 by Titan Books. 104 pages
Genres: Comics & Graphic Novels, Mystery, Thriller & Suspense. Fiction

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'New' is an awkward word to be put against the title piece, for its then-contemporary Spycatcher reference was already dated, but it does have a great story with Modesty blatantly taking her clothes off not once but twice, and matter-of-factly accepting the job of, er, female companion, to the ba...

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