I HIDE, WE SEEK by Richard Martin Stern

I HIDE, WE SEEK

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KIRKUS REVIEW

A suspense story with a cushion of romance entails a tracer from New York to Scotland after scientist John Ross becomes disgruntled and disaffected when he is not permitted to patent a formula, designed to prevent air collisions. The enemy seems more interested in it than the U.S. and while he is under the constant surveillance of an agent, Miller, his girl is followed by an American operative who is sure that ""he has Jumped the fence."" A fast non-skid pursuit with about as much staying power as the one hour it takes to read. No more, no less.

Pub Date: Sept. 22nd, 1965
Publisher: Scribners