A TUNNEL THROUGH THE DEEP by Harry Harrison

A TUNNEL THROUGH THE DEEP

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KIRKUS REVIEW

A dashing techno-swashbuckler about transatlantic tunnel-digging with a chaste engineer hero, this is set in an alternative present -- descended from a lost American revolution -- with a diverse but quixotic vehicular technology just made for exciting chases. Bounding-paced sabotage, intrigue, disguise, plus amusing liberties taken with history, make this good fun however slapdash the writing.

Pub Date: June 6th, 1972
Publisher: Putnam