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Dennis Wheatley – The Haunting of Toby Jugg (Sept. 1970)

Posted by demonik on August 23, 2020

Dennis Wheatley – The Haunting of Toby Jugg (Arrow, Sept. 1970)

Blurb:
Throughout the Middle Ages, and indeed, up until the end of the eighteenth century, the burning of witches and the fear of witchcraft was an ever-present part of life, but how is it that during the past hundred years so little interest has been taken in the Devil’s activities The Haunting of Toby Jugg suggests an answer. Woven into a tale of modern love and courage, of intrigue, hypnotism and Satan-worship, it propounds a theory that under a new disguise the Devil is still intensely active – that through his chosen emissaries he is nearer than ever before to achieving victory in his age-old struggle to become, in fact as well as in name, the Prince of this World …

 

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Dennis Wheatley – The Satanist (1982)

Posted by demonik on August 23, 2020

Dennis Wheatley – The Satanist (Arrow, 1982)

Blurb:
For years Colonel Verney had suspected a link between devil-worship and the subversive influence of Soviet Russia. When they found Teddy Morden’s crucified body, he knew his grimmest fears were justified. Then came the Khune affair. And suddenly not only Britain’s security but the peace of the world was in danger. In the course of their duties all of Verney’s agents faced possible torture or death. But for Mary the fight against her husband’s killers meant danger of a different kind – her total submission to their vicious and degrading rituals …

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Dennis Wheatley – The Golden Spaniard

Posted by demonik on May 13, 2018

Dennis Wheatley – The Golden Spaniard (Arrow, 1962)

Blurb:

Ten tons of gold – enough to pay a Regular Army of 150,000 for half a year – lies in a Madrid bank. The beautiful Lucretia-Jose de Cordoba y Coralles, The golden Spaniard, fears for its safety. Communists are planning to seize this hoard. They had not reckoned on those Modern Musketeers – de Richeleau, Simon Aron, Richard Eaton & Rez von Ryan – whose rendezvous is always with danger.

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