An expensive place to die;

Deighton, Len, 1929-

An expensive place to die; a novel, by Len Deighton. - [1st American ed.] - New York, Putnam [1967] - 252 p. illus., (in pocket) 22 cm.

An Expensive Place to Die is a 1967 novel by Len Deighton. It is set initially in Paris and takes its title from an Oscar Wilde quotation about the said city. ("Dying in Paris is a terribly expensive business for a foreigner.



Intelligence service--Fiction.--Great Britain

Spy stories.

PZ4.D324 PR6054.E37 / Ex

813.54 / D.L.E 1967