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The mind poisoners

Author: Nick Carter
Publisher: New York : Award Books ; London : Tandem Books, [1968], ©1966.
Series: Nick Carter/killmaster series, A314
Edition/Format:   Book : Fiction : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"The student peace movement was anything but peaceful. Suddently, it swept beyond the bounds of democratic demonstration into widespread mass rioting that approached a state of insurrection and civil war. Cars were overturned, burned; girls were drawn into wild and sadistic orgies; hordes of students were catapulted into an incredible vortex of violence. The entire nation rocked in stunned horror. And as the hideous  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Fiction
Spy stories
Suspense fiction
Material Type: Fiction
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Nick Carter
OCLC Number: 30271809
Notes: "A killmaster spy chiller."
"Second printing, January 1968"--Title page verso.
Description: 157 pages ; 18 cm.
Series Title: Nick Carter/killmaster series, A314
Responsibility: Nick Carter.

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"The student peace movement was anything but peaceful. Suddently, it swept beyond the bounds of democratic demonstration into widespread mass rioting that approached a state of insurrection and civil war. Cars were overturned, burned; girls were drawn into wild and sadistic orgies; hordes of students were catapulted into an incredible vortex of violence. The entire nation rocked in stunned horror. And as the hideous madness spread from campus to campus, Axe agent Nick Carter assumed the identity of a college professor. What he taught some of his students wouldn't be found in any library What he learned from them made his skin crawl! It went beyond radicalism. It was the ruthless plot of an organization of mind-poisoners who couldn't have cared less about the ruined lives of thousands of students they had made into the instruments of national downfall!"--Page 4 of cover.

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