THE BLACK BARONESS by Dennis Wheatley

THE BLACK BARONESS

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Straight romantic adventure, set in contemporary background of Europe, falling before the Nazi onslaught. Sequel to The Scarlet Imposter, continuing the adventures of Gregory Sallust, intelligence officer, and Erica, lovely anti-Nazi German refugee. This time the mysterious Black Baroness is organizing German girls as Hitler's secret weapon, to bring about the weakening of the authorities in successive countries -- Norway, Holland, Belgium. Sallust has hairbreadth escapes, but serves his country well, and the story, barring some overwriting, is good entertainment.

Pub Date: May 12th, 1942
Publisher: Macmillan