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The D'Artagnan signature

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D'Artagnan...It was the signature of a deadman. It had already cost twelve people their lives.

Twelve people who were tracked across three continents and tortured to death for a signed document that would unlock a huge Swiss bank account. The terrorist-assassins still had nothing - nothing but the desparite will to go on killing for the prize of a long-dead war.

But now Paul
Paperback, 257 pages
Published 1985 by Pinnacle
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Robert S. Hopkins is the author of twelve books – three non-fiction works and nine novels – under his own name and the pen-name, Robert Rostand.

Of his novels, three have become feature-length movies, two from screenplays by Hopkins, both international coproductions, and filmed respectively in France and Hungary. In addition he has authored original screenplays for Universal Studios and Warner Bro
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