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'Rendezvous in London'
The third of the World War 2 adventures of the cynical, good looking and utterly ruthless Nazi agent Heidi Fuchs.
May 1941 - the Deputy Fuhrer, Rudolf Hess, flies secretly to Britain - supposedly for peace talks, but carrying in his head full details of the forthcoming German invasion of Russia. Hitler, spitting fury at this betrayal orders his death, and a top agent is dispatched in pursuit.
Meanwhile in London, the happily retired Sir Freddy Villiers and his partner, female Gendarmerie officer Martine Dumont, have decided to reject any further suggestions of dangerous secret missions in occupied Europe. They have escaped unharmed from their last two excursions but think that any more would be tempting fate.
Unfortunately, on this occasion they don't need to cross the Channel to find trouble. Trouble, in the shapely form of Heidi Fuchs, has just parachuted in - supposedly to assassinate Rudolf Hess - but determined first to find them and settle some old scores.
But surely they can expect the full support and cooperation of the British security services - after all, whose side are MI6 supposed to be on?
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