Dennis Wheatley

The Quest of Julian Day

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Published 1939 by Hutchinson
Black cloth, gold lettering titles
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The scene between myself and my Chief which ensued when I had recovered and was called on to render certain explanations, can well be imagined. For all our good intentions neither Carruthers nor I had succeeded in finding out one single fact which could be used against O'Kieff, and obviously no case could be brought against him. If the First Secretary of the Embassy cared to bring a number of strangers into the Chancellery in the middle of the night and disclose our secrets to them, the case was against him, not them, and by that time, he, poor fellow, was dead and buried. I was packed off on the next boat to England, and visited the Foreign Office for, I suppose, the last time in my life. After questioning me at considerable length about the details of the affair, Sir Roger Thistlethwaite said in that quiet, rather over-cultured voice of his :

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