RUNNING by Robin Shaw

RUNNING

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Running's a hurried item about Craig, a teacher, and Martin, whose idea pays off -- in the face of a bomb threat, 250,000 dollars is dropped by plane on an Idaho mountain ledge where they hide it. But Martin does not wait out the year's moratorium agreed on and goes to fetch it while Craig, in the interests of Martin, not the money, tries to fetch him. Two rudely vigorous outdoor scenes, mountain climbing and the canoeing, suggest that this might be efficient as one of those not so original television movies and it's perfectly all right for your more active type who's up to turning the pages in an armchair.

Pub Date: Jan. 29th, 1972
Publisher: Putnam