by Beeding, Francis (pseud. for John Leslie Palmer and Hilary Aiden St. George Saunders)
New York: Grosset & Dunlap. Near Fine in Very Good dj. (c.1937). Reprint. Hardcover. [nice copy, square and solid, faint shelfwear at top and bottom edges; jacket edgeworn, various small tears, still attractive]. "Against an authentic background of war-torn Spain, [the author] tells of a struggle for a tremendously important military secret -- pitting the secret agents of four nations against one another and ranging in his story from Madrid to Seville, from underground dugouts to airplanes above the battle lines." One of numerous thrillers by this pseudonymous authorial team to feature Colonel Alastair Granby, D.S.O., of the British Intelligence Service. . (Inventory #: 13566)
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