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The Hill of Three Borders: A novel of the Cold War (The First Trumpet) Paperback – July 8, 2014
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"A triumphant addition to his well-crafted series...Flanders proves himself the consummate writer." -- Pacific Book Reviews
About the Author
Jefferson Flanders has been a sportswriter, columnist, editor, and publishing executive. He is the author of Herald Square and The North Building, the first two novels in the First Trumpet trilogy, and of Café Carolina and Other Stories.
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Top Customer Reviews
This is a wonderful story told against the backdrop of the Hungarian rebellion of 1956 and the height of the Cold War. Despite the wonderful plot, the reader will recognize the timeliness of the themes in the book to contemporary issues in Ukraine and to a lesser extent even Syria.
This novel is well researched and totally enjoyable. This is classic historical fiction for those of us who love Cold War intrigue.
Nothing overwrought, but enough action and spy- craft to satisfy fans of the genre. I think that most readers can figure out the identity betrayer, though.
Very good description of events almost forgotten now of a brave people fighting for freedom against Soviet oppression.
Some violence, no other offensive materials.
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