When a bored diplomat is approached in a bleak airport by a woman whose life is in danger, he agrees in a moment of weakness to lend her his passport and boarding ticket. Suddenly, Stafford Nye's own life is on the line, and he is caught in a web of international intrigue. To escape he must outwit the power-crazed Countess von Waldsausen, hell-bent on world domination.
In 1970, Passenger to Frankfurt was published to coincide with Christie's eightieth year. On publication, the novel was the largest printing ever of a first edition Christie. The 58,000 copies sold out quickly.
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