WOMAN AT BAY by George Harmon Cone
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WOMAN AT BAY

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Good thriller, with Havana the setting, for a story of a woman collaborator, ex-wife of secret service operator MacKinnon, a missing manuscript which contains information that would put nooses around some sacred necks, and an intricate network of personalities all working to conflicting ends. Smooth writing, good pace, good yarn.

Pub Date: Nov. 8th, 1945
Publisher: Knopf