The Daily Telegraph magazine - The Killer Poppy cover (11 August 1972)
Good condition for age - yellowing to some pages/page edges - light bending to spine - light tear to paper at top of cover (at spine)
THE KILLER POPPY - Frederick Forsyth investigates the world drugs network Seven and a half pages
A DRAMATIC REVIVAL - Twenty years ago Roger MacDougall was the successful author of plays like The Gentle Gunman and To Dorothy a Son. Then multiple sclerosis blinded him, paralysed him, and struck him almost dumb. Kenneth Hurren describes the unusual regime he followed to recover from an incurable disease 2 pages
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