The Way to Dusty Death - Alistair MacLean Reviews
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Alistair MacLean The Way to Dusty Death
Edition: 2009, Paperback, Harper Collins
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by - written on 28/09/09, updated on 08/05/10 (Very useful, 195 readings)
When I'd read and devoured in turn Enid Blyton, the "Hardy Boys" series and Agatha Christie I then started collecting the novel by Alistair MacLean. I'm can't remember exactly why I chose to buy that first MacLean novel (and subsequently all of the rest) but I suspect it was to due with the fact that I'd seen film versions of both Breakheart Pass and Where Eagles Dare and then decided to give the books a try as well. The author: Alistair MacLean was born in Scotland in 1922 and served in the Royal Navy during World War II. His first novel, HMS Ulysees drew on his wartime experiences and was a success. Specialising in the genres of ... Read the complete review
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