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In this fast-paced spy thriller, a self-described "ordinary fellow" stumbles upon a plot involving not only espionage and murder but also the future of Britain itself. Richard Hannay arrives in London on the eve of World War I, where he encounters an American agent seeking help in preventing a political assassination.
Before long, Hannay finds himself in possession of a little black book that holds the key to the conspiracy — and on the run from both the police and members of a mysterious organization that will stop at nothing to keep their secrets hidden.
This is the first of five novels in John Buchan's Greenmantle series, featuring the adventures of the stalwart and resourceful Richard Hannay. Originally published in 1915, it also served as the basis for several movies and plays, including Alfred Hitchcock's classic cinematic adaptation.
A young Scot stumbles upon a plot involving espionage, murder, and the future of Britain itself. This classic of suspense served as the basis for one of Hitchcock's most famous films.
In this fast-paced spy thriller, a self-described "ordinary fellow" stumbles upon a plot involving not only espionage and murder but also the future of Britain itself. This classic of suspense served as the basis for one of Hitchcock's most famous films and was the first novel in the author's Greenmantle series.
Table of Contents
I The Man Who Died
II The Milkman Sets Out on His Travels
III The Adventure of the Literary Innkeeper
IV The Adventure of the Radical Candidate
V The Adventure of the Spectacled Roadman
VI The Adventure of the Bald Archaeologist
VII The Dry-Fly Fisherman
VIII The Coming of the Black Stone
IX The Thirty-Nine Steps
X Various Partied Converging on the Sea
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