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Catch the Gold Ring

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Henri Magritte was a man possessed by one desire: to find the informer who had betrayed his brother. Robert's death at the hands of the Gestapo had so affected him that he had turned his back on his family and friends in Paris, retreating into bitter cynicism.

During the seven years following the war, Henri had drifted aimlessly - until Mar
Hardcover, 223 pages
Published 1955 by Doubleday & Company, Inc.
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Feb 02, 2012 Jonathan rated it liked it
John Stephen Strange is actually the pseudonym for a lady by the name of Dorothy Stockbridge Tillet, and English author who published 22 mysteries over a nearly fifty year career. Her 19th novel, Catch the Gold Ring, was first published in 1955 under the original title A Handful of Silver. It tells the story of a former French Resistance fighter named Henri and his search for his brother’s betrayer seven years after the liberation of Paris. Being the self-styled WWII buff I am, the plot immediat ...more
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John Stephen Strange was the pen name of Dorothy Stockbridge Tillett, who wrote 22 mystery novels for the Crime Club published from 1928 to 1976. All of her books have been out of print for many years now, and recently we have decided to reprint them mostly unabridged, but with added annotations for today's readers to enjoy these thrilling stories.
Dorothy Stockbridge Tillett was born in 1896 in Ne
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