|Sergeant Death (1968) [Novel]|
by James Mayo
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Series: Charles Hood
(From the publisher):
From ashes: "Hood freed one hand and before the man could move, scooped a fistful of ash down the open throat."
To dust: "Do you think they have a law here about kissing naked girls in the open?"
From Debbie: "She was standing at the open window in a pyjama top held by one button."
To Zarin: "Eighteen years of sex lying on her belly in a black lace girdle and no bra."
From Lloyd Bannion: "He seized Sprott's head and smashed it down again - kept smashing it down in blind fury...."
To Sergeant Death: "Hood felt a tearing rip through his left hand on the ground. Bannion was wielding the nailed club..."
Original title: Once in a Lifetime
Genre: Fiction→ Adventure→ Spy/Espionage