SEVEM SINS by Sex Rohmer

SEVEM SINS

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Incense, leopard skins, roulette, London's demi-monde as decor for the murder of a B.B.C. broadcaster found in the home of an occultist extraordinary. Gaston Max, now of the Yard, and a Frenchman of many aliases and accents, conducts an investigation which leads through the dead man's many women to a Nazi clique, Bejeweled.

Pub Date: Sept. 15th, 1943
Publisher: McBridge