EVEN IF YOU RUN by Desmond Cory

EVEN IF YOU RUN

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Even if you run, there's no place to go for someone like Henry, recruited to work with some terrorists in Spain, detonating explosives on the orders of people he doesn't know very well. In fact Henry, all of 23, not only unheroic but a rather uncertain young man, has no attachments anywhere -- until the end, his end -- and even if this is ostensibly a thriller, it is shrouded in the anonymity of men who make their living dying. It is very well written and well mounted against this gritty, forlorn Spanish landscape.

Pub Date: May 12th, 1972
Publisher: Doubleday