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100 1  Buchan, John,|d1875-1940,|eauthor. 
245 14 THE THIRTY NINE STEPS /|cSir John Buchan. 
246 3  39 STEPS 
264  1 Akron, Ohio :|bSummit Classic Press ,|c2014. 
300    xiii, 196 pages (large print) ;|c23 cm 
336    text|btxt|2rdacontent 
337    unmediated|bn|2rdamedia 
338    volume|bnc|2rdacarrier 
340    |nlarge print|2rda 
520    Published in 1915, "The Thirty-Nine Steps" is a classic 
       espionage thriller, complete with secret codes, ruthless 
       foreign agents, unexpected coincidences and chance 
       encounters, in which "ordinary guy" Richard Hannay finds 
       himself embroiled in an effort to thwart a network of 
       German spies on the eve of WWI. The first in a series of 
       novels featuring Hannay, who would soon be pitted against 
       the Turks during World War I in "Greenmantle" (1916) and 
       gangsters in subsequent tales, Alfred Hitchcock directed a
       well-known film adaptation in 1935, but was forced by 
       Britain's political stance at the time to scrub all 
       references to Germany, substantially altering the original
       story.  This premium quality large print edition includes 
       the complete, unabridged text of John Buchan's classic 
       tale in a freshly edited and newly typeset edition. With a
       large 6" x 9" page size, this Summit Classic Press large 
       print edition is printed on heavyweight 60# bright white 
       paper with a fully laminated cover featuring an original 
       full color design.  
600 10 Buchan, John,|d1875-1940|vBibliography. 
655  7 Large type books.|2local 
830  0 Mystery library ;|v8. 
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