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Rowayton Library F NAU (Text to phone) 33625122806339 Adult Fiction Available -

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"A thriller"--Cover.
Sequel to: The madness of July.
Summary, etc.: "Paris, in April of 1968. The cafés are alive with talk of revolution, but for Scottish-American Will Flemyng-- a spy working in the British Embassy-- the crisis is personal. A few words from a stranger on the Metro change his life. His family is threatened with ruin and he now faces the spy's oldest fear: exposure. Freddy Craven is the hero and mentor Flemyng would trust with his life, but when he is tempted into a dark, Cold War labyrinth, he chooses the dangerous path and plays his game alone. And when glamorous, globe-trotting journalist Grace Quincy, in pursuit of a big story, is found dead in the Père-Lachaise cemetery, the question is raised: what side was she on? Certainly she knew too much, and had become dangerous. But to whom?"--Amazon.com
Subject: Espionage, British Fiction
Cold War Fiction
Paris (France) Fiction
Spy stories
Suspense fiction
Genre: Suspense fiction.
Spy stories.
Thrillers (Fiction)
Spy fiction.
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