Very good. New York. 1961. Pocket Books. 1st Pocket Books Paperback Printing. Good In Slightly Worn Wrappers. 231 pages. March 1961. 6065. paperback. keywords: 42059. inventory # 37193. FROM THE PUBLISHER-THE REDS WOULD GIVE A SPIRE OFF THE KREMLIN to lay hands on Dr. Hans Bracht, America's foremost missile genius. And here he was on a Bangkok-bound plane with only G-2's Colonel North to guard him. The plane's passenger list made North sweat – MARY HOLLBERG, a shapely Fraulein who said she was a concert pianist but obviously wasn't; CHU HOONG, multimillionaire manufacturer of Dragon's Tooth Elixir; LITA NALINE, an exotic, sloe-eyed film star who developed a sudden affection for Colonel North; BORIS SALENKOV, who resembled Stalin in more ways than his mustache; LEX ROSE, a Hollywood executive and once a card-carrying Commie. Looking at them, Colonel North knew that murder would be the least of his troubles.
Good in Good jacket. A Colonel Hugh North mystery. Lightly bumped and rubbed with a faint circular damp stain on the front board and a bit of light foxing to the front end papers. Jacket rubbed with small chips and tears, rear panel and edges of the flaps tanned. Sticker scuff on the spine, price intact, in mylar. Size: 8vo-over 7¾"-9¾" tall.
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