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The Spoilers - Desmond Bagley
1969 UK hardback first edition, 1st impression, Collins, London
A nnear fine book in VG++ unclipped dust jacket
No names or stamps etc
Tightly bound and square
The jacket has light minor rubs to edges, unusually fresh
A multi millionaire film tycoon seeks revenge for the death of his daughter, he gets Dr Nicholas Warren to put a team together
A particularly bright copy and one of the scarcer early titles
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Synopsis
She lay on the bed in an abandoned attitude, oblivious of the big men crowding the room and making it appear even smaller than it was. She had been abandoned by life, and the big men were there to find out why, not out of natural curiosity but because it was their work. They were policemen. Detective-Inspector Stephens ignored the body. He had given it a cursory glance and then turned his attention to the room, noting the cheap, rickety furniture and the threadbare carpet which was too small to hide dusty boards. There was no wardrobe and the girl's few garments were scattered, some thrown casually over a chair-back and others on the floor by the side of the bed. The girl herself was naked, an empty shell. Death is not erotic. Stephens picked up a sweater from the chair and was surprised at its opulent softness. He looked at the maker's tab and frowned before handing it to Sergeant Ipsley. 'She could afford good stuff. Any identification yet?' 'Betts is talking to the landlady." Stephens knew the worth of that. The inhabitants of his manor did not talk freely to policemen. 'He won't get much. Just a name and that'll be false, most likely. Seen the syringe?' \

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