The Highest Virtue

STANG, Alan

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Belmont, Mass.: Western Islands, (1974). 497 p. 1st ed. Fine in lightly worn d.w. [13937]

$27.50

This book is described as a "novel of passion, brutality and courage during the Russian Revolution." A dust wrapper blurb by Taylor Caldwell ("one of America's top novelists") states: "Having long admired Alan Stang as one of America's most outstanding journalists, I am delighted to recomment his brilliant first novel... My late husband, Marcus Reback, lived through the hell of the Russian Revolution which Mr. Stang describes, and I can assure you from his experiences that this book is as true to the terror of that time as it is a powerfully moving warning for America in our time".


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