By Jack Higgins
Following the good fortune of the repackaged and retitled Higgins vintage The Bormann testomony, we proceed the motion with detailed Agent Paul Chavasse. Now his research into the homicide of a gangland boss uncovers a perilous conspiracy that reaches during the international and results in the doorways of a few very ruthless and robust men-and they aren't approximately to enable Chavasse intrude with their plans.
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A Fine Night for Dying (Paul Chavasse, Book 6) by Jack Higgins