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When Robert Kell arrived back in London after an abortive mission, he was expecting the standard debriefing. He had not expected everyone to treat him strangely - or for his girlfriend to disappear. Preoccupied with her absence, it takes him a while to put together the whole picture and discover what really happened on that forgotten Wednesday.
Paperback, 246 pages
Published October 1st 2002 by House of Stratus (first published 1976)
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George Markstein (29 August 1929 – 15 January 1987) was a German-born British journalist and subsequent writer of thrillers and teleplays.

Markstein was a military correspondence with the U.S. Forces in Europe after World War II, and become hooked on the study of espionage. He turned from documentary writing for television to drama, created the controversial The Prisoner series, and was the script
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