The Courts of the Morning by John Buchan

The Courts of the Morning

byJohn Buchan

Kobo ebook | July 16, 2015

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Richard Hannay, the hero of ‘The 39 Steps’ is back in a new tale of adventure and intrigue. 

When Hannay is approached by the American military attach in London to carry out a delicate undercover mission, he immediately seeks out his old friend Sandy Arbuthnot. 

Hannay and Sandy arrange to meet at Sandy's country house in the Scottish Borders, but soon afterwards Sandy disappears in mysterious circumstances. 

As it turns out, these events are only the prelude to a dramatic series of adventures which take place against the backdrop of a small South American Republic that has fallen under the spell of a ruthless Dictator. 

The Dictator is a powerful and charismatic leader, but he is also the mastermind behind a sinister international conspiracy that threatens the peace and security of the entire world. 

He has to be stopped, and Sandy Arbuthnot, master of disguise and born adventurer, is the man to do it, though revolution and war may be the price that has to be paid… 

John Buchan was a Scottish novelist, historian and Unionist politician who also served as Governor General of Canada. He is most famous for his classic thriller, 'The 39 Steps'. 

Endeavour Press is the UK's leading independent publisher of digital books.

Title:The Courts of the MorningFormat:Kobo ebookPublished:July 16, 2015Publisher:Endeavour PressLanguage:English

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