THE DARK SHORE by Philip Freund

THE DARK SHORE

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KIRKUS REVIEW

A nervous, subjective, rather aesthetic novel by Freund, whose previous work was published by Pilgrim House. This is the story of a group of emotional derelicts in Morocco, 1935:-Julian, harassed, restless, Don Angel, former monarchist now siding with the Spanish fascists, Graf, German anti-Nazi, Victoria, a where, who offers Julian solace, until such time as he turns against his employer, Don Angel, and joins the Loyalists in Spain. There is something distinctly rarefied, eccentric, in all Freund writes. This for a narrow market -- and definitely not Public Libraries.

Publisher: Ives Washburn