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by Dennis Wheatley
Suddenly the night was pierced by a high-pitched scream. The breath had been driven out of the body of the woman by the violence of her fall, but now she had got it back, freed her head from the cloth in which it was muffled, and let out a shriek fit to raise the dead. At that very second the coolie was in the act of launching himself forward
A week rarely goes by without Dennis Wheatley receiving one or more letters asking "What has happened to. .Here, then, is a feast for readers of all ages who love a good story. The island where time stands still (V. ). A gregory sallust story.
A week rarely goes by without Dennis Wheatley receiving one or more letters asking "What has happened to Gregory Sallust?" Here - although we must still wait to learn of Gregory's later war-time adventures - is recorded an extraordinary series of events in which he recently took part. Prologue "In the midst of life.
Tina Rosenberg, Salon. com The Island Where Time Stands Still is the ninth in Dennis Wheatley's bestselling Gregory Sallust series featuring the debonair spy Gregory Sallust, a forerunner to Ian Fleming's James Bond. On a pleasure cruise on the South Seas, Sir Pellinore Gwaine-Cust's yacht hits a coral reef and sinks in minutes. comThe Island Where Time Stands Still is the ninth in Dennis Wheatley's bestselling Gregory Sallust series featuring the debonair spy Gregory Sallust, a forerunner to Ian Fleming's James Bond. Only one survivor is washed to the safety of the shore: Gregory Sallust. But this is no ordinary Pacific island. When Gregory regains consciousness he finds himself among a Chinese community, ruled by descendents of the ancient Imperial House.
The Island Where Time Stands Still. Fifty-two of Wheatley's novels were published posthumously in a set by Heron Books UK. More recently, in April 2008 Dennis Wheatley's literary estate was acquired by media company Chorion. 0090313623 (ISBN13: 9780090313624). He invented a number of board games including Invasion.
The Island Where Time Stands Still (Espionage, September 1954).
Background themes included the French Revolution (the Roger Brook series), Satanism (the Duke de Richleau series), World War II (the Gregory Sallust series) and espionage (the Julian Day novels). Over time, each of his major series would include at least one book pitting the hero against some manifestation of the supernatural - making them into fantasy and specifically contemporary fantasy. The Island Where Time Stands Still (Espionage, September 1954). Traitors' Gate (Espionage, September 1958). They Used Dark Forces (Espionage/Occult, October 1964).
Book in the Gregory Sallust Series). Select Format: Paperback. ISBN13:9780090054701. Release Date:January 1971.
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