The Thirty-Nine Steps, John Buchan


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From the ROADS Classics series, which aren't just an enthralling read, they are also beautifully designed works of art featuring individual photographs or illustrations that represent major themes from the stories within. A real treat for all book lovers.

John Buchan's best known shocker and was famously adapted by Alfred Hitchcock. The edge-of-your-seat energy makes this well-crafted romp impossible to put down. Europe is close to war and spies are everywhere. Richard Hannay, bored and world-weary in London, encounters Scudder, an American stranger who has discovered a plot to assassinate the Greek Premier which could lead the world into war. When Scudder is found dead, Hannay is the obvious suspect. Burdened with this terrible secret he must run. He heads for the moors of Scotland where he must use his wits to grapple his way out of a number of sticky situations and tight corners.

Published by Roads
144 pages
130 x 190 mm.
ISBN: 9781909399242

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