A rather absorbing adventure narrative with underlying political implications, handled in such a way that its appeal is...

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TRAITOR'S WAY

A rather absorbing adventure narrative with underlying political implications, handled in such a way that its appeal is somewhat limited. The narrator is an impecunious teacher in a third rate English school, who becomes rather innocently involved in a Communist raid during a Fascist meeting, is imprisoned, and -- in escaping -- gets his hands on some papers which would form the key to his exoneration, but which he cannot yield up to the wrong people. New clothes for an old in-and-out-of-trouble yarn, a long cat and mouse chase, with some close shaves and some facile alibis and aliases. Casually and lightly done -- and good entertainment.

Pub Date: March 23, 1939

ISBN: N/A

Page Count: -

Publisher: Bobbs-Merrill

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Kirkus Reviews Issue: March 1, 1939