The Rhinemann Exchange by Robert Ludlum [FIRST EDITION • FIRST PRINTING] 1974 • The Dial Press

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The Rhinemann Exchange by Robert Ludlum


*True 1st Printing w. $8.95 cover price in tact on unclipped front panel.

Hardcover with dust jacket in very good condition.

Dust jacket is in nice shape; some light shelf / edge wear and a crease to front panel.  Looks great in a new archival quality jacket protector. 

Book is in nice shape; a few spots of discoloration to text block and some rub wear to cloth.  Tightly bound and reads perfectly. 

David Spaulding is the most feared and efficient Allied agent in wartime Europe. Expert, deadly and professional, he is also high on the Gestapo's 'most wanted' list. Now Spaulding has been selected by the Allied Command to transact an undercover deal in Argentina involving top secret Nazi scientific plans. The dealer is Erich Rhinemann, an exiled German Jew who is awaiting the end of the war with his millions in an impenetrable retreat near Buenos Aires. But there's something Spaulding doesn't know. The other side of the deal. And it involves the most bizarre, horrific intrigue of the Second World War ...