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"Pied Piper is the work of a master storyteller. . . . It piles up dramatic force with quiet realism. . . . A novel for more than one reading." —The New York Times
“A novelist of intelligent and engaging quality, deservedly popular…. Nevil Shute was, in brief, the sort of novelist who genuinely touches the imagination and feeling.” —The Times (London)
--This text refers to an alternate Paperback edition.
Nevil Shute Norway was born on 17 January 1899 in Ealing, London. After attending the Dragon School and Shrewsbury School, he studied Engineering Science at Balliol College, Oxford. He worked as an aeronautical engineer and published his first novel, Marazan, in 1926. In 1931 he married Frances Mary Heaton and they went on to have two daughters. During the Second World War he joined the Royal Navy Volunteer Reserve where he worked on developing secret weapons. After the war he continued to write and settled in Australia where he lived until his death on 12 January 1960. His most celebrated novels include Pied Piper (1942), No Highway (1948), A Town Like Alice (1950) and On the Beach (1957).See all Product Description
I love Nevil Shute. This book was written at the time he depicts in the book. A great read, I was sorry when it ended.Published 18 months ago by Ruth
I read this book many years ago - I think it is one of his best and have chosen this as a birthday gift.Published on March 8 2013 by Joan K Morgan
Nevil Shute wrote Pied Piper in 1942, just two years after the start of the war and the events that form the backdrop to the story. Read morePublished on March 10 2009 by Art Carver
A somewhat earlier Shute novel that again reveals his positive orientation toward people and life. Shares with many other novels the preposterous notion that some Nazis were... Read morePublished on May 12 2000 by Eugene G. Barnes