1946 "First Edition" stated; Doubleday & Company publishers, New York; hardbound in burgundy boards with gilt stamp decor on cover and gilt stamp lettering on spine; quite good condition with unmarked pages and tight binding; minimal ageing of pages; boards have minor bumping along edges.

 

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The 19th of mid-20th century craftsman Mason's long-running spy-thriller series featuring Army Intelligence Major Hugh North, recalled from the European Theater at the end of WWII to search for a beautiful young woman, who, during recapture of Manila from the Japanese, escaped the city with a dossier containing the names of British and American citizens who had betrayed their countries to the enemy.

 

Major North follows a very faint trail towards Saigon where he finds himself in a race with some of the traitors who are intent on destroying the dossier and the woman who has it in her possession

SAIGON SINGER: A New Major North Story by Van Wyck Mason

SKU: BS82d
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