Wolfsbane: A Novel
Holt, Rinehart, and Winston, 1978 - Gardiner, Richard (Fictitious character) - 324 pages
While on vacation at a resort hotel, Richard Gardiner is suddenly thrust back into the world of deception and violence that he had known as a member of British Intelligence during World War II.
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