by Patrick Macnee
and Peter Leslie
John Steed, Emma Peel, facing ruthless criminals dedicated to the destruction of their own country - and unidentified.
Fleet Street, and a disused airfield in the Midlands.
The day after tomorrow...
Hodder and Stoughton
*Featuring John Steed and Mrs. Emma Peel
Released in Portugal in 1967 by Dêagá as 'Os Vingadores: O Dia Depois De Amanhã’:
Re-released in U.K. in 1994 by Titan Books:
Someone is tampering with speeches reported in the continental editions of British newspapers: antagonising other nations and causing anti-British riots abroad. John Steed and Emma Peel are called in to go undercover at The Courier newspaper in Fleet Street. Their mission: to identify and track down the Brotherhood, a band of neo-fascist ruthless criminals who will stop at nothing - not even murder - to bring down the Government and seize power.
Released in France in 1995 by Huitième Art as 'L'article De La Mort', translated by Martin Winckler: