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Titel: The death of men
Verlag: Houghton Mifflin
Zustand: Very Good
Zustand des Schutzumschlags: Dust Jacket Included
Auflage: 1st Edition
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Inhaltsangabe: It is 1978. Corrado Dusa is head of Italy's Christian Democrat Party and the country's Senior Minister. He is also considered to be the key figure in resolving the crisis of dissent and violence that permeates political life. But Dusa has been kidnapped and now his son, Bernardo, a member of a militant extremist group, has disappeared. The press is aghast while the family sense disaster. Can Dusa's release be negotiated? Under what conditions? And - most importantly - with what results? First published in 1981, Massie's stylish and enthralling thriller won a Scottish Arts Council Award: exploring America's influence on Europe and the causes of terrorism, The Death of Men is sure to have an arresting affect on readers today.
Über den Autor: Allan Massie was born in Singapore in 1938 and brought up in Aberdeenshire, before reading History at Trinity College, Cambridge, and spending thirteen years as a teacher. His first novel, Change and Decay in All Around I See, was published in 1978. In the years since then he has written seventeen novels, including an historical series set in ancient Rome. These widely successful works have been translated into fourteen languages. He was a Creative Writing fellow at Edinburgh University from 1982 to 1984 and at the Universities of Glasgow and Strathclyde from 1985 to 1986. He was editor of The New Edinburgh Review for two years, and has worked as a television critic and a sports columnist. He has also been the principle fiction reviewer for the Scotsman for over twenty-five years, and a columnist for The Daily Telegraph and the Sunday Times.
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