HORIZON HUNTER by Harrison Forman

HORIZON HUNTER

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Selling airplanes and covering photographic newsbeats are the starting point for these adventures in China, Japan, Tibet, Warsaw, etc., before and during the Sino-Japanese war, adventures which make interesting, breezy reading. War Lords, Chinese Reds, Lamas and celebrations, bandits, Moslem China, the bombardment of Shanghai, the slege of Warsaw, and an interlude in Hollywood as expert adviser to Lost Horizon, cover a few of his activities, as he highlights the excitement of personal adventures, of actual combat, and unique interviews. Good man's book for armchair thrill-seeking, with color and sustained dramatic telling.

Pub Date: May 3rd, 1940
Publisher: McBride