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Very Good-in Good+ dust jacket. Very minor wear on the clean, sound binding. Ex-rental copy with business name stamped & rates per day penned on ffep. Minor edge soil. Very minor endpapers foxing. Contents are clean and unworn, with no writing or other entries in the text. DJ's exterior is clean, with minor wear. Some soil on DJ's flaps.; First Printing of First American Edition, 1954. Not a recent reprint. Originally published in Great Brtain in 1953 under the title NIGHT HAS A THOUSAND EYES. 8-1/4" Tall, XXII + 237pp. Black cloth with medium red cloth spine, black spine lettering. WAR. A coffin containing a live Jewsh mother and child, trying to escape via the underground into Sweden during WWII; A Nazi gold smuggler whose hostage Mrs. Astrup became on a wild night-ride through the fjords; The Nazis discovering Mrs. Astrup's identify as an underground agent-these are a sample of a series of hair-raising chases and escapes in which Mrs. Astrup played a central part. Helen Astrup tells her story with a candor and a fresh humor that are particularly feminine. She lived in the midst of peril so intense that is approached melodrama. Yet the tone of her memoir of adventure remains charmingly casual and unassuming....8-page b/w photo album.
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