First edition. The author's thirty-sixth Gently novel. The author's own copy with the words in ink on the front fly leaf "Author's copy." Fine in dust jacket. An ageing expatriate from World War II tells Gently that he needs protection because he has seen a man he recognizes as a Resistance traitor, and whom has also recognized him. Later the traitor is found dead in his camper, but a review of him at his home town, he is regarded not as a traitor but as a Resistance hero. Gently must learn who is the hero and who is the murderer. Provenance: the estate of Alan Hunter.
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