NINE AGAINST NEW YORK by Albert Leffingwell

NINE AGAINST NEW YORK

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KIRKUS REVIEW

A confusing concoction of espionage and counter espionage, set and styled 1942, of a Nazi organization and a projected airblitz of New York. Amplified mystery-adventure, when a newspaper columnist, vacationing in Paris, gets involved with a worldly set of spies and ""observers"", and returns to New York to find himself drawn into highpowered intrigue -- centering around ""The Nine"", an underground Nazi hotbed. Double murder, double double cross, and high voltage tearing around by all. Now you see it, now you don't (more often don't) manner for a quick chiller.

Pub Date: June 2nd, 1941
Publisher: Henry Holt