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Watcher in the Shadows

Geoffrey Household
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Geoffrey Household

A deadly pursuit through the English countryside from the acclaimed author of ROGUE MALE.After working as a double agent for the British in Nazi Germany during the war, Charles Dennim is now living a quiet, unassuming life in England. Until the postman delivers a letter bomb to his front door.Suddenly hunted by a killer with no name and no apparent motive, Dennim must use his wartime skills to stay alive, and the two master hunters embark on a deadly game of cat and mouse through the picturesque English countryside. With brilliant descriptions of the Cotswolds and a high-stakes manhunt, this is a pursuit novel that stands with Household's best.

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The Europe That Was

Geoffrey Household
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Geoffrey Household

A riveting collection of short stories from the classic-crime master and author of Rogue Male, Geoffrey Household.From the fine lines of an Eton suit on the morning of Archduke Franz Ferdinand's assassination to the extreme poverty of the Bosnian border, Household's collection of short stories takes the reader on a vivid and compelling journey around a Europe that was.Including the stories Kindly Stranger, Sabres on the Sand, Three of Castile and Twilight of a God (among others).

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Thing to Love

Geoffrey Household
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Geoffrey Household
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Dance of the Dwarfs

Geoffrey Household
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Geoffrey Household
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Fellow Passenger

Geoffrey Household
Authors:
Geoffrey Household

A brilliant story of espionage and disguise from the original master of spy fiction.Claudio Howerd-Wolferstan is neither a communist nor a spy. Yet he breaks into a top-security Government hostel to retrieve the family treasure. With a spot secured on the wanted lists of both the British police and Russian communist leaders, he is forced to run from a charge of high treason. A master of disguise, he bluffs his way out of many a dangerous situation and outwits his pursuers. But how long can his luck last?The speed of Claudio's transformations from Spanish sailor to chimney-sweep, from elephant trainer to Indian guitarist give the chase a comical breathlessness. It is easy to understand why FELLOW PASSENGER is one of Household's own favourites.

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Tales of Adventurers

Geoffrey Household
Authors:
Geoffrey Household

Thirteen short stories from the original master of the spy-thriller.It was by this 1952 collection of short stories that Geoffrey Household wished his literary skill to be judged. And it is clear why. In a captivating assortment of tales from spy thrillers to historical fables, the reader is taken on a journey from the Mediterranean Sea on the eve of the First World War through the freezing valleys of Albanian to the ironic, personal landscape of a female spy preoccupied with marriage. With wit, suspense and political intrigue, Tales of Adventurers stands with Household's best.Including, among others, The Cook Runner, The Picket Lines of Marton Hevessy, The Hut, Woman in Love and Railroad Harvest.

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The Brides of Solomon and Other Stories

Geoffrey Household
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Geoffrey Household

Sixteen short stories from acclaimed author Geoffrey Household.First published in 1958, this collection of short stories is a snapshot of Household's great skill as a storyteller. Despite vastly different characters and plots, the collection as a whole explores Household's generation - raw from war and political upheaval - with wit, suspense and brilliance. Including, among others, The Case of Valentin Lecormier, Constant Lovers, The Idealist, Kindly Stranger, Salute, Eggs as Ain't, The Eye of a Soldier, Children's Crusade.

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The High Place

Geoffrey Household
Authors:
Geoffrey Household

Another superbly crafted Middle Eastern adventure by the author of the classic Rogue MaleThey called the organisation World Opposition. Its aim was a world where the State no longer existed and where the individual controlled their own destiny. Their headquarters were called Kasr-el-Sittat - meaning fortress of the holy women - and their leader was the strange and beautiful Elisa Cantemir. For her, no method was too ruthless, no human life too valuable, compared with the aims of the organisation.Only one man knew their real aims and opposed them. And he was desperately in love with Elisa Cantemir.

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Olura

Geoffrey Household
Authors:
Geoffrey Household

Olura Manoli is a lovely creature, though perhaps a little foolish in her friendship with an African prime minister whom she accompanies to Spain without police protection. Olura and the politician are followed by an Italian paparazzo hoping to catch glimpses of their indiscretion. But when he turns up dead in the couple's bathroom, it seems there is no one Olura can turn to for help but Philip Ardower, an English don and authority on the Basque language. His help is certainly needed in the dangerous day to follow, when violent death and police suspicion dog the lovers along the rugged mountains and dark mine shafts of the fierce Biscay coast.

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The Three Sentinels

Geoffrey Household
Authors:
Geoffrey Household

A company-controlled oil town becomes the scene of a layoff and a subsequent boycott led by Rafael Garay, whose wife is killed alongside 17 others in the protest.Mat Darlow, a gentle mining engineer, is sent to the Latin American community to handle the situation. Each man is fighting for control of the Three Sentinels: three, deep, surging oil wells perched on a barren ridge of the Andes.Despite the deadlock, the opponents are instinctively drawn to each other - and one thing links them: Garay's son, Chepe, who attaches himself to both men at war.'Household is a story-teller in direct line of descent from Daniel Defoe and Robert Louis Stevenson' New Yorker

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The Sending

Geoffrey Household
Authors:
Geoffrey Household

'Geoffrey Household's prose is as clean and spare and unwaveringly efficient as are his plots' Sunday TimesOn the death of his father, artist and mystic Alfgif Hollaston returns to his Somerset house. There, he befriends Paddy Gadsden, a saddler and horse psychiatrist, and inherits Paddy's polecat, Meg, after Paddy's violent and inexplicable death. But innocent and playful Meg isn't quite what she seems. Soon Alfgif's life and sanity are threatened by a relentless terror, resembling the sixth sense of an animal, which warns when danger is imminent ...

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A Time to Kill

Geoffrey Household
Authors:
Geoffrey Household

A TIME TO KILL is a classic thriller from one of the 20th century's best crime writers. Roger Taine wants to be left alone to live quietly in the country with his wife and children. But Roland, head of British Intelligence needs his help. A vicious spy ring has a very simple idea: strategically placed foot-and-mouth disease. One isolated outbreak would spread virulently. Twenty outbreaks at the same time would be uncontrollable. And so two men must fight against time to prevent certain catastrophe...

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The Exploits of Xenophon

Geoffrey Household
Authors:
Geoffrey Household

Geoffrey Household retells Xenophon's time-enduring story of the Greek army that supported Cyrus the Great in his attempt on the Persian throne. Told for the first time for children, this is one of the world's great stories of courage and endurance.

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Prisoner of the Indies

Geoffrey Household
Authors:
Geoffrey Household

An exciting historical children's story from the acclaimed author of ROGUE MALE.The exciting sixteenth-century story of the Englishman Miles Phillips and his fifteen-year journey to New Spain, where he encounters a tropical paradise, good food, and the Inquisition...

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Escape into Daylight

Geoffrey Household
Authors:
Geoffrey Household

An edge-of-your-seat children's story from the acclaimed author of ROGUE MALE.A tense, edge-of-your-seat story of two kidnapped children, Mike and Carrie, who find themselves imprisoned under the ruins of an abbey. The two must escape as they realise that no one is coming for them...

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Arrows of Desire

Geoffrey Household
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Geoffrey Household
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The Courtesy of Death

Geoffrey Household
Authors:
Geoffrey Household

When retired mining engineer Yarrow is disturbed after midnight by Barnabas Fosworth, he assumes that he is just a curious eccentric. But by helping Fosworth in his search for the mysterious girl he seeks, Yarrow soon finds his life inexplicably threatened by a mystical sect who believe that taking life is forgivable, since death is only a transition.Entombed in a cavern in the Mendips, Yarrow discovers the ancient secrets that have their origins in paleolithic paintings; and it is only through this new knowledge that he can hope to escape a very unpleasant death.

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Doom's Caravan

Geoffrey Household
Authors:
Geoffrey Household

The Middle East. 1941. Captain Oliver Enwin, interpreter for British Intelligence, has gone missing and it is up to one of his fellow officers, the story's narrator, to track him down. In the course of his investigations of a colonel's widow and her daughter, Valerie, living a lonely life in a high valley in Lebanon, he comes across the trail of the missing officer.But the narrator's life is also threatened, and he must forge a pact with the man he has been sent to find, as well as making both women his allies. But who can be trusted in such uncertain times? And will the two men alone be able to suppress a German-inspired Arab revolt that threatens all their lives?

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Red Anger

Geoffrey Household
Authors:
Geoffrey Household

Geoffrey Household returns to the rural England of Rogue Male and Watcher in the Shadows, with the savage hunting of his two heroes from the estuaries of South Devon to the empty Marlborough Downs.The novel reveals at last the fate of Alwyn Rory, the security officer who was believed to have taken a bribe to allow a naval spy to escape and to have defected to Russia rather than face trial. Both Rory and his new ally, Adrian Gurney, by whom the story is told, are on the run and may be killed with impunity, as they do not exist ...

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The Last Two Weeks of Georges Rivac

Geoffrey Household
Authors:
Geoffrey Household

Georges Rivac is in big trouble. His London contact doesn't want his business and has never heard of Rivac's Czech client. And Rivac's chances of proving his innocence rapidly diminish when that client finally turns up - dead.Then Rivac meets Zia, the delectable Hungarian, whose job it was to watch the Czech's movements. And together they uncover a hornet's next of espionage and treachery that send them running for their lives.