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The Wanton Princess - Roger Brook Series #8

by Dennis Wheatley

Condition: Very Good/Fair


Hutchinson, London, 1966. First Edition. Hardcover. Very Good/Fair. 311 pages. Edges of boards have superficial wear. Dust jacket has moderate rubbing. Edges of dust jacket have substantial wear and moderate chips and/or tears. The dust jacket has been price-clipped. Edges of pages are slightly foxed. Pages are lightly tanned. Pauline Leclerc: the loveliest, most licentious woman in Paris – and sister to Napoleon himself. Roger Brook is back in France – playing a deadly game as Prime Minister Pitt's most daring secret agent. But when he is ordered to console the newly-widowed Pauline he finds that, for once, the calls of duty and passion coincide... Quantity Available: 1. Category: Fiction; Historical; Inventory No: 19050138..


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