Lady from Argentina by James Pattinson

A chequered past makes for a dangerous present…

If Brian Craig had known more about Adelaide Lacoste he might not have been so ready to help her when she was in trouble.

It had to be acknowledged that she was a very charming young woman, and he found himself irresistibly attracted to her, but Miss Lacoste had a chequered past.

She had had adventures in France and Spain and latterly in Argentina. Now there were two killers hunting for her, and her only thought was to run away.

But the trouble followed her, and now it’s spilled over on to Craig…

James Pattinson was born on December 15, 1915. During World War II, he volunteered for the Royal Artillery in 1939 and was transferred to the maritime army to serve as a gunner on Defensively Equipped Merchant Ships in 1941. After the war, he returned to poultry farming in Norfolk. In 1950, he began working on his first book, Soldier, Sail North, which was published in 1954. During his lifetime, he wrote over 100 books including Last in Convoy, Obituary for Howard Gray, and The Unknown. He died on October 18, 2009 at the age of 93.

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