They Came to Baghdad

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Dodd, Mead, 1970 - Detective and mystery stories - 286 pages
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Victoria Jones, a shorthand typist, was looking for work when a chance encounter set her off in pursuit of glorious adventure and an attractive young man.

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User Review  - Carie - Goodreads

I'm giving this four stars because it was a lot of fun to read. Not the usual murder mystery from Agatha Christie but a suspense novel (that's rather upbeat.) This book had all my favorite components ... Read full review

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User Review  - Tadiana - Goodreads

I read this some time in the 1980s and remember thinking it was one of Christie's more enjoyable books. This is a reminder to myself to read it again sometime and see if I still think that's true. It ... Read full review

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