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AFGHAN ADVENTURE by  Roland  As Told To Goodchild - Hardcover - 1958 - from Ravenswood Books and


by Fox, John, As Told To Goodchild, Roland

Condition: Very Good in Fair dust jacket

London: The Adventurers Club. Very Good in Fair dust jacket. 1958. Hardcover. Hardcover is clean & tight, light wear to edges/corners, a little fading & bumping to spine ends. Jacket is fair to good minus - with moderate edgewear and numerous small tears/chips, light soiling, not clipped. The story of how Major John Fox of the Special Investigation Branch of the British Army, together with two other Englishmen and eight Pathans, travelling in disguise through Pakistan and the Khyber Pass to Kabul, tracked down and arrested the ring-leader of a band engaged in stealing arms and ammunition towards the end of WWII.. (*shipping will be reduced to some locations) ; 8vo .


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