April Dancer - U.N.C.L.E.'s beautiful and ultra-efficient agent - lands
right in the middle of a THRUSH plot to throw the world's monetary
system into chaos in this new adventure. With her sidekick, Mark Slate,
she must unravel a tangled web of intrigue and cunning.|
What is the significance of the tin dresses in Carnaby Street ?
Who is the evil Dr. Karel Karadin ?
What is he planning with the terrible chemical known as K.S.R.6. ?
Can the U.N.C.L.E. agents, in a race against the clock, save the world from a catastrophe which would lead to complete THRUSH domination ?
Souvenir Press 1967:
Paperback edition; 111x180 mm; 126 pages; no illustrations; cover illustrated with photographs courtesy of MGM from the television series; the rear cover has the 'blurb' transcribed above and pricings for: Australia, Belgium, France, italy, Netherlands and Switzerland; on the front, the cover price 3/6.
Presses de la Cité 1967:
as Des agents tres speciaux - L'affaire des globules
French edition, translation by Pierre Sergine.
Ediciones G.P., Barcelona, 1969
as El asunto de los globales|
Spanish edition; published in a combined volume with Latter's other story, The Golden Boats of Taradata;
translations by Eduardo Mallorqui and Isabel Ulsamer.
Paperback; size: 105x181 mm; 313 pages; not illustrated; wrap around cover artwork by 'Gracia'.