By Dennis Wheatley
23 Jun 1941 - 12 Dec 1941
Come Into My Parlour is the 5th of 7 volumes incorporating the entire primary occasions which happened among September, 1939, and will 1945, protecting the actions of Gregory Sallust, essentially the most recognized mystery brokers ever created in fiction concerning the moment global War.
Much of the motion of the tale happens contained in the Soviet Union, starting with Russia coming into the conflict opposed to Nazi Germany. There to counter Gregory's plans is his arch-enemy, Gruppenführer Grabber, as apprehensive as ever to settle the long-standing rating which has existed among them, and as plot and counter-plot hold the tale to a Swiss lakeside villa, the ultimate scenes are performed out in a sinister citadel located deep within the center of a German forest.
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Come into my Parlour (Gregory Sallust, Book 6) by Dennis Wheatley