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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Victoria Jones is a somewhat impulsive but sharp minded young woman. After meeting mysterious young man she decides to follow him to his new work-place, distant Baghdad. At the same time, world ... Read full review

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I bought this book on a whim. I was looking for "And Then There Were None" but it was sadly out of stock. But not so sad... Agatha is just one of those writers who, regardless of what book you get ... Read full review

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