NEVER NEED AN ENEMY by Aaron Marc Stein

NEVER NEED AN ENEMY

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Starting in Venice, making its way to Split, Yugoslavia, American Matt Erridge's story is involved with a guardian angelship for the Simms -- Ray and Ellie, brother and sister -- whose innocent entanglement in archaeology sparks off dangerous to lethal fireworks. Because Matt's body works quicker than his mind, it figures that he is the sure-fisted, quick moving character who can push-pull people and films over land and sea through Hungarian intervention to a safety spot. Breezy and bright.

Pub Date: Aug. 6th, 1959
Publisher: Doubleday