GREAT BRITAIN: Little Lost Lambs

A hastily abandoned car, a vaguely phrased intention to visit a friend, a reassuring but phony telegram from out of the void—these were the nebulous clues left behind by British Diplomat Donald MacLean and his Foreign Office colleague, Guy Burgess, when they disappeared off the face of the free world more than two years ago. Last week, leaving behind an almost identical set of clues, still more MacLeans disappeared: Donald's attractive, Chicago-born wife Melinda and the three MacLean children.

They vanished from Geneva, Switzerland, as suddenly and as mysteriously as Donald MacLean and Guy Burgess had vanished from their posts...

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