Right You Are, Mr. Moto by John P. Marquand

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'Whether the mission is to recover a secret weapon from a deserted island in the Caribbean or foil a communist plot to assassinate a Tokyo politician, Mr. Moto is the man for the job. As Imperial Japan’s top secret agent, he travels the world—from Hawaii to Inner Mongolia—to serve the interests of his nation and his emperor. But Mr. Moto is also a man of honor and integrity, and when his adventures bring him into contact with American citizens accidentally caught up in the dangerous game of international espionage, he can be counted on to both do his duty and protect the innocent.   Written with all of the artistry and attention to detail that characterize John P. Marquand’s acclaimed satires of upper-crust New England, including H. M. Pulham, Esquire and the Pulitzer Prize–winning The Late George Apley, the Mr. Moto Novels are entertainment of the highest order. First serialized in the Saturday Evening Post, this classic espionage series was the inspiration for 8 films starring Peter Lorre.  '
'Whether the mission is to recover a secret weapon from a deserted island in the Caribbean or foil a communist plot to assassinate a Tokyo politician, Mr. Moto is the man for the job. As Imperial Japan’s top secret agent, he travels the world—from Hawaii to Inner Mongolia—to serve the interests of his nation and his emperor. But Mr. Moto is also a man of honor and integrity, and when his adventures bring him into contact with American citizens accidentally caught up in the dangerous game of international espionage, he can be counted on to both do his duty and protect the innocent.   Written with all of the artistry and attention to detail that characterize John P. Marquand’s acclaimed satires of upper-crust New England, including H. M. Pulham, Esquire and the Pulitzer Prize–winning The Late George Apley, the Mr. Moto Novels are entertainment of the highest order. First serialized in the Saturday Evening Post, this classic espionage series was the inspiration for 8 films starring Peter Lorre.  '
Publisher: Open Road Media ISBN: 9781504016384 Pages: 252