THIRTY DAYS HATH SEPTEMBER by Owen John

THIRTY DAYS HATH SEPTEMBER

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KIRKUS REVIEW

A short and numbing episode in brainwashing. The question that will keep readers going is, ""How much will psychologically, physiologically and philosophically weak David Lynam give away to the enemy each day?"" He's a British rocket expert working for the U.S. Air Force and his feeble resources are no match for Red Chinese interrogation methods. International espionage action on his behalf interrupts passages from his diary of reluctant defection. The horrification lies in the mind-bending techniques. Try it as something different for men.

Pub Date: March 17th, 1967
Publisher: Dutton