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by Helen MacInnes

eBook The Unconquerable epub
  • ISBN: 000617065X
  • Author: Helen MacInnes
  • Genre: Fiction
  • Subcategory: Genre Fiction
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: HarperCollins Publishers (January 28, 1985)
  • Pages: 614 pages
  • ePUB size: 1408 kb
  • FB2 size 1479 kb
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No one wrote better books than Helen MacInness. She was so far ahead of the times it was amazing. I am extremely happy to find copies of Helen MacInnes books. This book was in great shape.

No one wrote better books than Helen MacInness. All of her books are fascinating, and once I started reading could never put them down.

Helen Clark MacInnes (October 7, 1907 – September 30, 1985) was a Scottish-American author of espionage novels. She and her husband immigrated to the United States in 1937, when he took an academic position at Columbia University in New York, while retaining her role in the British MI6, for foreign espionage. MacInnes published her first novel during World War II, and her early novels are all based in that setting. Later she wrote more about characters within the context of the Cold War.

Book Source: Digital Library of India Item 2015. author: Helen Macinnes d. ate. te: 2004-03-31 d. citation: 1944 d. dentifier: Librarian, Rashtrapati Bhavan d. dentifier. origpath: /data d. copyno: 1 d.

The Unconquerable book. Helen MacInnes wrote While Still We Live in 1944, a year before the Allied victory, looking back at the days in 1939 when Adolf Hitler became determined to invade and occupy Poland. A master of the suspense novel  . There was so much she could not know at the time, could not even imagine (the Soviet claim to Eastern Poland was still secret).

A master of the suspense novel

A master of the suspense novel. THE BOSTON GLOBEIt began very innocently. A holiday visit to Poland.

David Bosworth and Penelope Lorrimer seem to have everything against them. He is a penniless undergraduate at Oxford with a head full of dreams; she is the daughter of a well-to-do Edinburgh family who have great ambitions for her. Nevertheless their friendship defies the gulf between their social backgrounds, and the opposition that they encounter draws them closer than any love more easily won. About the Author. Helen MacInnes (1907-1985) was the Scottish-born American author of 21 spy novels.

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Helen MacInnes (1907-1985) was a Scottish- American author of spy fiction novels. She was born in Glasgow to Jessica MacDiarmid and Donald MacInnes and spent her childhood in a traditional Scots Presbyterian upbringing. MacInnes graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree in French and German from the University of Glasgow in 1928. After her . in 1928, she furthered her studies at University College, London where she graduated with a diploma in librarianship in 1931.

Comments: (7)
Zololmaran
Her books are as good today as they were when they were written.
Thetalune
I am in the process of reading all of Macinnes' books in order, although I have read some before. She manages to weave a lot of politics, history and attitudes of the time into an interesting story.

My only complaint--the minuscule print in this paperback. Titan Books reprinted some, if not all, of her books in a larger format with more readable print.
Humin
No one wrote better books than Helen MacInness. She was so far ahead of the times it was amazing.
All of her books are fascinating, and once I started reading could never put them down. I have every
book she ever wrote. I so much miss her....no author today comes close to her ability to draw you in
to the story she weaves.
doesnt Do You
Helen Macginnes is a Scotswoman writing about the 1920-1940 era... people suffering and enduring during war a sharp contrast with those of us in America. I wonder how we would react....I know we were great during WWII enduring hardships but supporting the troops.......
Vaua
I am extremely happy to find copies of Helen MacInnes books. Mine are in tatters. This book was in great shape.
Anaginn
classic
Lestony
I love this book, but they changed the title. It was originally published as "While Still We Live."
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