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This latest edition of the novel has been redesigned, resulting in an authentic looking cloth-bound book... Exciting and thrilling, this should be read by all The Sun A spiffing, well-loved Boy's Own sort of read The Daily Mail A handsome new edition Tribune
John Buchan (1875�1940) was a Scottish diplomat, barrister, journalist, historian, poet, and novelist who is best known for his thriller The Thirty-Nine Steps and Greenmantle.
Steven Crossley has recorded over two hundred audiobooks and has won multiple AudioFile Earphones Awards. A graduate of the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art in London, his audiobook performances cover an eclectic range of subjects in both fiction and nonfiction. --This text refers to the MP3 CD edition.
A good. Mystery. Unreal passages. No-name people. Politics of Europe interesting. Lonely protagonistPublished 3 months ago by valdarie
I remember reading it many years ago. When I recently saw the movie I decided I had to read it again.Published 11 months ago by George Vanderwerf
An excellent introduction to the Buchan style of descriptive narrative that takes you though the Scottish wilds. Read morePublished on Sept. 13 2006 by Kelley Charlebois
John Buchan claims to have written this fast-paced "dime novel" while recovering from an illness. The story of how Richard Hannay stumbles upon and then escapes from a pre-WWI... Read morePublished on Sept. 3 2003 by bensmomma
This 1915 espionage thriller will delight fans of Conon Doyle with a chain of "adventures" involving a chase, disguises, roll playing, an impossible escape, secret code, warplans,... Read morePublished on Dec 9 2002 by Scroop Moth