Spine a bit creased and slanted, corners bumped, slight edge wear, small creases to some corners of the covers, store stamp on bottom edge, price in ink on front end paper, edges yellowed, text clean and unmarked. A nice copy.
"Winters are silent in Budapest, silent and dark, and behind some door in some ancient street Harold Jennings, the brilliant British scientist, sat rehearsing a speech denouncing his own country. The Communists intended to use Jennings' speech as the propaganda coup of the decade. The British were equally determined that it should never be delivered. Michael Reynolds, Britain's top agent, was given the impossible assignment-enter Hungary, kidnap Dr. Jennings and return him to the free world; and this, Reynolds decided, was roughly like trying to find an invisible needle in a burning haystack."; 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall