Waiting in the Night. A Story of the Maqui Told by One of Its Leaders
first editionoriginal blue cloth lettered in gilt, top edges stained blue
by MILLAR George
Garden City: Doubleday & Company, Inc, 1946. First U.S. edition. original blue cloth lettered in gilt, top edges stained blue. Spine lettering a little rubbed, else fine/pictorial dust jacket (spine and edges a bit rubbed). Octavo. "Waiting in the Night" is no bare chronicle of the resistance, but a book rich in personalities. ... The author tells you little of himself, but you come to know him well. You see the story of these brave men unfolding through his eyes, and you suffer and rejoice in his shoes. For he is a man like you. ...And, like you, he must fight an enemy within himself as well as the Boche. ... -from the dust jacket.
(Inventory #: 33504)
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