A Gun for Sale
An EntertainmentBook - 2005
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After an assassin kills the German minister of war, in the 1930s, the defense alliances lurch Europe toward another war. But the assassin, upon returning to England, is set up to be imprisoned for a petty crime. As he seeks vengeance, the lives of a young couple are threatened.
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