I MET A TRAVELER by Kurt Bocker

I MET A TRAVELER

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KIRKUS REVIEW

This is the moving account of an American Jesuit who in a Red Chinese prison. Fr. Thomas Phillise was of in when the Communist police . He went to us new, of ""pre-trial"" in In the end, , he was and martyrdem is realistically re-created by the diabolical subtlety of the priest's captors. There was brainwashing sustained and cunning, but he did not ""confess."" This is a book that is profoundly distrubing in the insights it gives into the ways of the Reds the world over. It is directed to the general reader and by him will be sympathetically received.

Pub Date: Aug. 18th, 1958
Publisher: Farrar,