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Castle Garac Paperback – 1 Jan 1968

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1st edition 1st printing paperback, vg++ In stock shipped from our UK warehouse

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Most Helpful Customer Reviews on (beta) HASH(0x8f9282a0) out of 5 stars 2 reviews
5 of 6 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x8fda9330) out of 5 stars A Gothic Romance... 5 Aug. 2004
By Judy Smith - Published on
Tom Wells, a young American writer is living on the French Riviera when his money runs out. He meets up with Paul Ehrenhardt, a dapper, obviously wealthy, international type who hires him as his confidential secretary although he has no secretarial duties, but acts more as a Man Friday for some mysterious projects.

Tom's first task is to entertain Anna, Paul's seductive wife, for which he is given a fat expense account and the run of the Riviera gambling casinos and restaurants. His next task is to rent a half-ruined medieval castle in the hills of Provence without letting on who his employer is. And finally he has to find a girl...any girl...who is about nineteen, French, beautiful, blonde, aristocratic in manner, without a family or other ties, and able to disappear for a few months.

Tom is paid handsomely, but, unfortunately for his employer's mysterious scheme, he falls in love with the girl he finds, and is completely distraught when she disappears as planned. Naturally his suspicions turn to the vast, dank, lonely ruins of Castle Garac. So off to the castle he goes...
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HASH(0x8f80c708) out of 5 stars a fairy tale 21 Oct. 2012
By butterscotch - Published on
i thought this book a rather impossible fairy tale and certainly uncharacteristic of his other writings, predominatley
naval affairs. in fiction one expects to suspend belief but for me this was asking too much.
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