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Book Reviews of The Snare of the Hunter

The Snare of the Hunter
Author: Helen MacInnes
ISBN: 3070
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Book Type: Paperback
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Good story of a young woman escaping from Czechoslovakia and the KGB. Pretty fast paced and tense because you can never tell who is a friend and who is an enemy. Also a little bit of romance between Irina and one of her rescuers. I don't know what year this was written but it was before everyone had cell phones. I'd forgotten what it was like to have to find a pay phone to call someone and hope you could reach them. Very fast,easy,enjoyable reading.
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Set against the backdrop of peaceful Austrian countryside, Irina's nightmare journey becomes a flight to evade THE SNARE OF THE HUNTER.
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Get Irina Kusak safely out of Czechoslovakia. That is the plan. Bring her to the hideout in Austria where she will be reunited with her famous father, a Nobel Prize nominee, who has escaped from behind the Iron Curtain. It is a dangerous mission. Almost certain to fail. For the gallant little band of amateurs picked for the job is no match for professional killers.....
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this book is autographed
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