Don Winslow Of The Navy by Frank V. Martinek, illustrated by F. Warren
Don Winslow of the Navy by Frank V. Martinek, illustrated by F. Warren New York: Grosset & Dunlap, 1940. Hardcover. 214 Pages. In the original dust jacket. There are a couple of stamps pasted down on the front free endpaper as well as the rear endpaper. Otherwise, this is a good copy With firm binding, clean pages and not writing Within book.
Don Winslow of the Navy By FRANK V. MARTINEK
The thrill-packed adventures of this brilliant young secret agent of the U. S. Naval Intelligence Service find him in hot pursuit of the powerful "Scorpion," leader of an international spy ring whose deliberate aim is to plunge the whole world into war.
How Don and his able assistant "Red" Pennington discover the Scorpion's submarine base; how Count Borg, one of the ring's cleverest agents is captured; and how Don, aided and abetted by that dauntless Irishman, Michael Splendor, impersonates the Count and carries on his investigations in the spies' headquarters, makes a tale of heroic adventure that will keep every reader on the edge of his chair.
Don Winslow's perilous career has won the enthusiasm of many thousands of readers who follow his adventures in the popular Don Winslow cartoon strip which appears daily in papers all over the country.
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