THE SOUND OF SMALL HAMMERS by  Shaw

THE SOUND OF SMALL HAMMERS

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KIRKUS REVIEW

A thin, hasty trench to do set in the West Germany arena, this first novel by as newsman offers no insight into doings there, since the elements -- post Nazi histories, Americans, one ugly, one Blundering Military, and one Noble , girls, and otherwise; and a propaganda operations plot that moves -- on the landscape. in charge of the Liberty Bell operation tagged for East Germany, is lured back to work by the responsibility of lovely sister of the dead Sonia whom he had loved, from reprinting Soon is faced with the defections of a trusted member of his propaganda outfit, tragic of former Nazi victims, a chase, and revealing the truth Just in time for the Berlin boom, this is nonetheless a quick Harry Lime.

Pub Date: April 25th, 1962
Publisher: Morrow