Omnibus edition, 728 pp. Spine slanted, corners bumped, slight edge wear, owner's name on front end paper. Jacket shows some edge wear and a couple small tears, spine is sunned with some chipping at top and base, a little rubbing. An attractive copy.
A pair of spell-binding thrillers by one of the mistresses of suspense and espionage.
Decision at Delphi - "Just another routine overseas assignment. That's what successful young New York architect Ken Strang thought when a national travel magazine sent him to Europe to sketch Greek ruins.
What he did not know, until it was too late, was that from the moment he boarded ship, he had become the pawn in a murderous game of international intrigue.
To Strang, danger was no object. He could take care of himself. But he had reckoned without Cecilia, his beautiful photographer. For when he fell in love with her, he unwittingly gave his enemies the one weapon they needed. If Strang was going to be stubborn . . . well, there was always the girl."
The Venetian Affair - "Against vividly authentic settings of Paris and Venice, Miss MacInnes spins a hair-raising chiller about a young American newspaperman caught up in a vicious maze of Cold War espionage and international intrigue."; 7¾" - 9¾" Tall