By James Hadley Chase
The Russians pays $4,000,000 for the pinnacle mystery formulation of a innovative new metal... and the C.I.A. will do whatever to prevent them.American inventor Dr Paul Forrester is the guy that either side wish. For he on my own can decipher the very important code. yet for 2 years Forrester has been in a psychological asylum - ever on account that that bloody day he walked in on his attractive spouse and her lover...So beautiful Nona Jacey, Forrester's former lab-assistant, turns into a helpless pawn within the energy fight to own the scientist... for she is the main to unlocking Forrester's brain.
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Our section was on repo and they sent some of us fellers down to Nantes to fetch a convoy of cars back to Sandrecourt. We started out like regular racers, just the chassis, savey? Bill Rees an’ me was the goddam tail of the peerade. ” he said. “Ain’t had any pay since Christ was a corporal. ” The champagne fizzed into the beer-glasses. “This is the life,” said Fuselli. “Ye’re damn right, buddy, if yer don’t let them ride yer,” said Dan. ” “Murder, hell! ” asked the top sergeant, as if it had just slipped his mind.
He admired 34 John Dos Passos the first sergeant and wished he could imitate his jovial, domineering manner. It was the first time he had been in the upper part of the ship. It seemed a different world. The long corridors with red carpets, the white paint and the gilt mouldings on the partitions, the officers strolling about at their ease—it all made him think of the big liners he used to watch come in through the Golden Gate, the liners he was going to Europe on some day, when he got rich. Oh, if he could only “Paris is some town, I can tell you,” one was saying.
The sergeant appeared suddenly in the middle of the group, his face red. “Say, fellers,” he said in a low voice, “go down an’ straighten out the bunks as fast as you goddam can. They’re having an inspection. ” “Don’t ye feel sick? Gawd, I do … . ” “Why don’t they fight their ole war somewhere a man can get to on a horse? ” “The place was empty … . I sat down in it,” said Eisenstein, lowering his head sullenly. “You kin have three winks to get out o’ my place,” said Meadville, squaring his broad shoulders.