The Scarlet Man

Wiseman, Frederick H.

'... his curiosity got the better of him and he managed to slip down unobserved and hide when the passenger was having a meal. You can imagine his astonishment when he saw the extraordinary features of the Scarlet Man. He was so astonished, in fact, that he gave himself away and the Scarlet Man ...; cold war paranoia, illustrated by George Lane.

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Publisher: Thomas Nelson 1959
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