Harper & Row, Publishers
A titled English newspaperman is fairly exceptional, but Lord Quainton of the Sunday Recorder made things more exceptional by being a titled English newspaperman whose beat was Moscow. (Though actually the Russians had always seemed fairly pleased at having the English aristocracy in their midst.) Then Lord Quainton, or Tim, met the girl of his dreams at a London cocktail party. She was Marya Raczinski, tall, dark, beautiful--and though she looked...