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By Frederick Forsyth
First released in nice Britain in 1982 by way of Hutchinson
Ten tales from Frederick Forsyth with the Master's touch.
Deception, blackmail, homicide, revenge - those are the topics of news that flow from London to the coast of Spain, from Mauritius to Dublin to Dordogne. no matter if his topic is assassination via stealth, the tough self assurance trick or the chilly surprise of twist of fate, Frederick Forsyth isn't lower than compulsive, the element continually authentic.
Ten tales with the master's contact - a brilliantly readable first assortment through an incomparable craftsman of suspense.
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