TALL, BALDING, THIRTY-FIVE by Ronald Firth

TALL, BALDING, THIRTY-FIVE

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KIRKUS REVIEW

He was. And he was also a rather shy photographer planning his latest book on a monstrous, unique Bavarian castle. But there is something unusual about those hundreds of photographs that an International Counter Espionage combo composed of German, French, Russian, American and English agents is very interested in: ""Whatever could be hiding in that jungle of baroque?"" An extra statue for one thing. . .a missing treaty for another and our shy one must turn from timid to tiger to survive. Homosexuality and some unique torture processes dog the hero in this fast paced, well executed first from Britain.

Pub Date: April 26th, 1967
Publisher: Harper & Row