PASSPORT TO PERIL by Robert Parker

PASSPORT TO PERIL

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Hungary, and a hornet's nest of international incidents for John Stodder, American abroad, who buys a passport to trace his missing brother, finds that he is traveling on the identity of a murdered man, Marcel Blaye. With Maria, Blaye's former secretary, Stodder becomes the target for the Germans and the Russians. Shot at more than once, salvaged by American agents, he establishes the betrayal of his brother by a woman, goes on to retrieve the information which has put a price on his life... A touch and go proposition which is strictly for the ride.

Pub Date: Jan. 11th, 1950
Publisher: Rinehart