Husband, lover, spy: a true story
Custos Morum Publishers, Feb 1, 1994 - Biography & Autobiography - 271 pages
The dramatic story of "The Price is Right" hostess Janice Pennington's desperate search for her missing husband. Betrayed by friends and abandoned by the government, she is forced to embark on a dangerous journey on which she discovers the shocking truth. Her quest takes her from Los Angeles to the Kremlin in Russia, Mozambique, Pakistan, and Afghanistan.
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