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"Has a freshness and impetus that raises it shoulder-high above the ordinary." - Dundee Courier and Advertiser.

"Excitement is crammed into this thrilling story."- Manchester Evening News.

"Mr. Winston Graham really knows his business and here tells a story which would not have gone unnoticed even in the great days of nearly fifty years ago." - Daily Sketch.

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"Giles Gordon lives in a world which he can only see in varying degrees of darkness. Unable to cross a room with confidence, Gordon has the courage to walk into dangers that a fit man would fear to face. In his own search for peace at the end of the Second World War Gordon has retreated to the French Riviera but his love for the beautiful Alix, widow of a French Resistance hero leads him into a year of violence and murder far worse than anything he has dealt with before.

Told against the vivid and infinitely diverse background of post-war Nice "Night Without Stars" is tense, taut and compelling and in the best tradition of the novel of suspense."



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