Touchfeather

Touchfeather by Jimmy Sangster

The wild, swinging ’60s spy adventure is back!

Katy Touchfeather is a carefree, red-headed, airline stewardess who is actually a top British spy. She’s lethal, seductive, and as ruthless as any double-O. Her latest assignment is to track down a scientist suspected of selling secrets to the Russians. It’s a high-stakes, global escapade that takes an unexpected violent turn that shatters her life…and ultimately pits her against a billionaire industrialist with terrifying intentions. 


Books by Jimmy Sangster

Touchfeather – Audiobook Edition

Touchfeather – Audiobook Edition

Katy Touchfeather is an airline stewardess who's actually a deadly British spy. The audiobook edition of Jimmy Sangster's swinging 60s espionage classic, read by Helen Taylor

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Touchfeather

Touchfeather

The wild, swinging '60s espionage thriller is back! Katy Touchfeather is an airline stewardess who's actually a deadly British spy, tracking a scientist suspected of selling secrets to the Russians.

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Reviews For Touchfeather

Touchfeather 5.0

Jolly and preposterous intrigue.

New York Times

Touchfeather 5.0

Bubbly, irrepressible... drawn by her breezy, chatty first-person narrative, readers will cheer Katy on as she skates around with flamboyant grace

Publishers Weekly

Touchfeather 5.0

Freshness and humor are rare qualities in a thriller nowadays. They're here in plenty, and here's richness, pace, fun and a salty wit. Katy Touchfeather, airline hostess and secret service agent on the side, makes wry faces at it all, at the conventions and her blase boss. Sent to track a supposed traitor, she tumbles in and out of beds and situations with exhilarating verve and expertise. It's a winner

The Irish Times

Touchfeather 5.0

Nancy Drew superhormone-genized.

Kirkus

Touchfeather 5.0

This book is a true product of the Swinging '60s, and Brash Books is bringing it back into print in January, complete with a trigger warning at the beginning. Times and attitudes have changed that much. Touchfeather's breezy narration carries the story right along, and while she makes mistakes, she's efficient and tough when it counts.

Bill Crider