John, E. H. - Breach of Reason. The Thriller Book Club, not dated, '50s? The dangerous stresses of the post-war world are featured in this exciting novel. It concerns a London journalist covering a dock strike who finds he has stumbled on a mystery which has its beginnings only in the intuitive fear of a frightened girl. She appeals to him for his help and, in trying to assist her, he unwittingly uncovers a story which he finds is only a small part of a major plan that is as much a symbol of the post-war world as the atom bomb and the iron curtain. And over it all, is the uneasy influence of a man long since dead whose personality was sufficient for him to have his effect on the life of the journalist who has never seen him. (Wrapper flap). 7½" x 5", 192pp, yellow cloth, hardback. Slightly sunned spine; very good; complete with very good minus (slightly sunned spine; edge-wear; 'dusty') wrapper.
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