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Title: Passenger to Frankfurt
Author: Agatha Christie
Rating: 2.5 of 5 Stars
A vast worldwide conspiracy of Youth and Neo-Nazism arise. A middle aged man meets a woman in Frankfurt and becomes part of the campaign against said Youth Movement.
And then things wrap up.
This felt very disjointed and badly put together. Part of that was because I was expecting a Mystery and this was a kind of Political Thriller.
The middle/end suddenly seemed to solve everything where as in the beginning the group was bewailing the fact that this Movement was completely unstoppable. The Benevolent Drug, not sure why ANYONE thought it would be a good idea.
And finally, BAM, they get married. And the circumstances were as rough as the previous paragraph and this one. It left me feeling like I had somehow missed a huge chunk of the book.