Strange Conflict - Dennis Wheatley Reviews
Description:ISBN 0099089009 / Genre: Fiction / Author: Dennis Wheatley / Paperback / 320 Pages / Book is published 1981-12-01 by Arrow Books Ltd
Newest Review: ... the duc de Richleau, he's the character we've met in the Forbidden territory and is an expert on black magic, he is a French ... more
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D WHEATLEY Strange Conflict (A black magic story)
Pages: 320, Paperback, Arrow Books Ltd
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by - written on 13/11/09 (Very useful, 96 readings)
Dennis Wheatley's strange conflict is a book in the Duc de Richleau series, the series which started in the 1930's has now moved into the realm of the second world war and is set in 1940. The concept The book looks at strange successes of the Nazi U-boats for their ability to shadow Allie convoys sending the shipping to the bottom of the Atlantic. This attack is causing Britain tremendous pain and if continues will cause Britain to sue for peace and allow the Nazi's free range over Western Europe. Enter the duc de Richleau, he's the character we've met in the Forbidden territory and is an expert on black magic, he is a French aristocrat ... Read the complete review
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