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New York 1992 Hard Cover First American Edition Good in Good jacket Ex-Library. 8vo-over 7?"-9?" tall. Good/Good. Stated First U.S. Edition: July 1992, with complete number ... sequence. Copyright 1992 by Clive Egleton. Library of Congress Catalog Card Number 92-2753. This lovely hard cover book, 309 pages long, is in good condition, with moderate shelf wear, moderate bumping to the spine ends and cover corners, moderate page edge soiling. Figures in ink on rear of last page. Ex-Library with the usual stamping and marking, stamping to the top page edges, pastedown on front free endpaper. The pages are tight and bright. The dust jacket is in good condition, with moderate shelf wear, light bumping and chipping to the cover edges, light surface scuffing and soiling, plastic covered, jacket taped to the book. "As Parker sifts through the layers of lies and cover-ups, he finds nothing is what it appears to be-and it is up to him to fit together the fragmented pieces of twenty-five years of double deception." Read more Show Less

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Tricks and treachery abound in Egleton's ( Last Act ) latest spy thriller, and if perceptive readers cotton to the chief deception a mite early, they won't mind--Egleton plays scrupulously fair and his plot just barrels along. As the story opens, in September 1939, aristocratic Andrew Korwin has arranged for his younger sister and brother to leave their Warsaw home before the Nazis march in. The brother is killed, sister Christina gets away and we last see Andrew trying to escape from a burning hospital. In 1967 Christina's American daughter, Stefanie, appears in London in search of her uncle. She enlists the aid of Campbell Parker of the Foreign Office, and clues point to Polish emigre Arthur Kershaw, successful manufacturer of a new laser-equipped gun. Other players include a seedy PI, a German con man, a newly released war criminal and even Simon Wiesenthal. People disappear and/or turn up dead, Stefanie and Campbell are in grave danger and their burgeoning affair is threatened by mutual distrust. (Why does Stefanie go to Vienna for a weekend, and why is she under official surveillance?) Not quite on the Eric Ambler level, this complicated tale will nevertheless consume WW II intrigue buffs. (July)
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780312077365
  • Publisher: St. Martin's Press
  • Publication date: 6/1/1992
  • Edition description: 1st U.S. ed
  • Pages: 288

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