Forbidden Territory - Dennis Wheatley Reviews
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Newest Review: ... take him to Russia and on the way he meets another young friend Simon Aron. Here Wheatley establishes the clique of an older ... more
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Forbidden Territory is the first novel written by Dennis Wheatley written in 1933, in it we are introduced to one of Wheatleys main character Duc de Richleau. The Duc is a frenchman who is in his fifties, he's debonair, intelligent, independently wealthy and always on the side of the minority or the repressed. Int his novel we are introduced to the Duc for the first time and the author uses a tactic of introducing the main characters in a book where the Duc is looking for one of his friends Rex Van Ryn, an American. He receives a coded letter from the American and soon breaks the code. The clues take him to Russia and on the way he meets another young friend ... Read the complete review
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