DECISION AT DELPHI by Helen MacInnes

DECISION AT DELPHI

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Set against a background of Naples, Taormina, Athens, and Delphi, this is a suspense story of the first magnitude. Not only is the plot tightly developed, there is a quality of enchantment in the portrayal of the Mediterranean setting, an undercurrent of philosophical clarity. Pivoting about a young architect and his partner, a Greek photographer, an attache case loaded with mysterious films and papers, sudden disappearances, death and disaster in exotic settings, this is a gripping story from start to finish and should have a wide appeal for readers young and old who like both excitement and substance in their suspense fiction.

Pub Date: Oct. 26th, 1960
Publisher: Harcourt, Brace