THE TESTAMENT OF CASPAR SCHULTZ by Martin Fallon

THE TESTAMENT OF CASPAR SCHULTZ

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Paul Chavasse, a British secret service agent with a battered charm, is sent to West Germany to retrieve the revealing memoirs of a former Nazi which the still surviving Nazi underground is just as anxious to get. With the help of two young Israeli operatives (they would like a second Eichmann) Chavasse manages to stay alive, only to lose the girl he loves, and the goosestep becomes an international hotfoot. Virile.

Pub Date: May 9th, 1962
Publisher: Abelard-Schuman