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092 _aF HIG
100 1 _aHiggins, Jack,
_d1929-
_9187431
245 1 4 _aThe testament of Caspar Schultz /
_cJack Higgins.
260 _aLondon :
_bHarper,
_c2011, c1962.
300 _a224 pages ;
_c18 cm.
336 _atext
_btxt
_2rdacontent
337 _aunmediated
_bn
_2rdamedia
338 _avolume
_bnc
_2rdacarrier
500 _a"The legend"--Cover.
500 _aFirst published in Great Britain by Coronet 1979.
500 _a"Copyright Martin Fallon 1962"--T.p. verso.
505 0 _aOriginally published: as by Martin Fallon. New York; London: Abelard-Schumann, 1962.
520 _aSomewhere in Germany was hidden a manuscript that would rock Western Europe to its foundations: the testament of Caspar Schulz. Once a prominent Nazi, and long believed to be dead, Schultz could soon be hailed as the author of the most shattering confessions ever to make print. Paul Chavasse, British Intelligence's toughest trouble-shooter, was hired to track the former Nazi down and secure the manuscript. But he soon discovered that he wasn't the only one who wanted to get his hands on the book. And some of his rivals would go to any lengths -- including murder -- to get it.
630 0 0 _aConfessions
_vFiction.
650 0 _aManuscripts
_vFiction.
_9633857
650 0 _aEx-Nazis
_vFiction.
650 0 _aMissing persons
_vFiction.
_9657428
650 0 _aIntelligence officers
_xBritish
_vFiction.
650 0 _aNazis
_vFiction.
_9634483
650 0 _aIntelligence officers
_vFiction.
_9623740
655 7 _aThrillers (Fiction)
_2lcgft
_9638912
655 7 _aAction and adventure fiction.
_2lcgft
_9638762
700 1 _aFallon, Martin,
_d1929-
_9433670
700 1 _aFallon, Martin,
_cpseud.,
_d1929-
935 _a(Legacy) a474017
935 _a(Legacy) UH208249
935 _a(Legacy) TIM217496
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_b13/12/2011
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