The Forbidden Territory, Volume 1

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Hutchinson, 1933 - 288 pages
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The Forbidden territory, by Dennis Wheatley. This was not what I expected and really isn't my taste.
However, for one who does like this era and the "genteel" man who adores the ladies, this book
is for you. The author is classically talented with a unique ability to stroke his words. He has earned his literary stature with his distinctive descriptive manner and crisp story weaving. 

Review: The Forbidden Territory (Duke de Richleau #5)

User Review  - Mike - Goodreads

An ok adventure yarn, this time relying on pure Cold War paranoia rather than occult horror to establish bad guys. The heroes were generally sympathetic but the plot moved a bit slowly for a thriller. I'd pass on this one. *Disclaimer: I won a copy of this in a Good Reads first reads giveaway* Read full review

Contents

A CRY FOR HELP
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n A PLAN OF CAMPAIGN
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VALERIA PETROVNA
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