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Stealthy Terror

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Ferguson, John - Stealthy Terror (1918)

 

A Thriller very much in the tradition of John Buchan's Thirty-nine Steps. In the Berlin of 1914 a dying man hands out a document to the hero, a medical student from Scotland. From this moment on he will be hunted, from Berlin to Hamburg and then from Scotland over London to the Kentish coast where the roles of hunter and hunted are reversed. There is the usual conspiracy of German spies with agents everywhere, the usual powerful super-villain and the usual impersonations. Not up to the standard of Buchan but still not badly written.

 

Juergen Lull.

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