A near-fine first edition, with a very small watermark to the front cover and a small spot on the back edge where the cloth has worn away. In a good unclipped dust jacket with slight chipping to corners and top of spine, and a large missing chip from bottom of spine.
NORMAN CONQUEST doesn't need to look for trouble. He attracts it—just as a lightning conductor attracts lightning. Now travelling blithely to Bournemouth on a perfectly innocent mission to buy a new car, Conquest was unconsciously heading into one of the most exciting dramas of his career: A few hours later he was making the return journey in amazing and unexpected circumstances. Racing through the night, he crouched at the wheel of a great motor lorry roaring its way along the main road to London. Ahead lay the darkness of the New Forest—darkness—danger—death. Norman grinned. His sixth sense had never let him down—and his sixth sense told him that he was on the trail of high adventure. In Blonde for Danger Mr. Berkeley Gray touches a new high spot in his famous Norman Conquest stories.