Warner, Douglas Death on a Warm Wind
New York Belmont Books 1968 Mass Market Paperback Very Good
Slight creasing and shelf wear. Spine is slightly chipped at top and bottom.
"No one listened to Colston when the physicist predicted a warm wind would carry death to the large resort and the happy vacationers there, making love, swimming, watching their children play. A tough politician had silenced Colston for his own reasons. Now, he was again trying to shut the old man up, although Colston's awful prediction had come true.
A warm wind was blowing toward London, the same mysterious wind, Colston raved, that had maimed and killed at the resort. It took a young newspaperman to uncover the politician's motive. But he couldn't stop the wind . . . "; 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall