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The Hill of Summer Hardcover – Jun 1969


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Translated into today's world 10 Sept. 2014
By Aware - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Mass Market Paperback Verified Purchase
Drury was a great writer with more of a insider's ability to depict the halls and rooms of power than today's sorry group of journalists and pundits of any political spectrum. With the rise of yet another fascist ideology in today's world his kind of historian's knowledge of what the structure of the Soviet Union once was as an ideological state based society is much lacking from the toolkit of decision makers who make decisions today. Worth a return read for those who have forgotten about this great and insightful writer whether one agrees with him or not
2 of 9 people found the following review helpful
Tedious Reds under the beds stuff 10 Nov. 2008
By Manchester majority - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Mass Market Paperback
Mr Drury's earlier novels are well received (Advise and Consent, particularly). I won't be bothering to read any more after this rather tedious 'The Russian's are coming to get us' effort. We all know now how that turned out. I will say that is slightly more believable than 'Red Dawn', slightly.
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