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The Way to Dusty Death is a thriller novel written by Scottish author Alistair MacLean. It was originally published in 1973. The title is a quotation from the famous soliloquy in Act 5, Scene 5 in Shakespeare’s play Macbeth
The Way to Dusty Death is a thriller novel written by Scottish author Alistair MacLean. The title is a quotation from the famous soliloquy in Act 5, Scene 5 in Shakespeare’s play Macbeth. The book was published in 1973 and became a best seller. The Chicago Tribune thought Maclean was writing "as a parody of himself"
The book was written at a time when deaths among Formula 1 racing drivers were commonplace. This is Macle The Way to Dusty Death is a thriller giving testimony to Alistair Maclean’s brilliance.
The book was written at a time when deaths among Formula 1 racing drivers were commonplace. Racetrack First published in 1973, The Way to Dusty Death is part of a series of unrelated novels featuring not one protagonist but featuring war, crime, adventure, derring-do, espionage an. eath. Johnny Harlow- the main character, is no ordinary racing driver and as suspected his mission is a race against time; ‘the way to dusty death’ being a clever play on words.
The Way to. Dusty Death. First published in Great Britain by William Collins Sons & Co. Ltd. 1973. Alistair MacLean asserts the moral right to be identified as the author of this work.
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Alistair Maclean rderous hairpin bends on both sides of the tunnel make it as dangerous and difficult a pass as any in Europe, But to drive a huge transporter, At the limit of its adhesion and road-holding in rain that was now beginning to fall quite heavily, was an experience that was hazardous to a degree. For some, it was plainly not only hazardous but harrowing to a degree.
Home Alistair MacLean The Way to Dusty Death. As Tracchia rounded the corner the contempt on his face gave way to consternation when he saw that the ill-lit street ahead was empty. The way to dusty death, . Anxiously, he increased his pace and within half a dozen paces was passing by the shadowed and recessed doorway where Harlow waited. A Grand Prix driver needs timing, accuracy and eyesight.
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infobox Book name The Way To Dusty Death title orig translator image caption author Alistair MacLean . Film, TV or theatrical adaptations.
Film, TV or theatrical adaptations. The Way to Dusty Death appeared in a 1995 made-for-TV movie directed by Geoffrey Reeve, starring Simon MacCorkendale as Harlow, and Linda Hamilton as romantic interest Beth MacAlpine.
The Way to Dusty Death. Author: Alistair MacLean. Publisher: William Collins Sons & Co Ltd, 1973. The classic tale of high-octane adventure set in the world of 1970s Formula One, from the acclaimed master of action and suspense. Johnny Harlow seems to have it all: he’s good looking, desired by women, and envied by men; he’s also the reigning Formula One world champion, the poster-boy for the world’s most thrilling and richly financed. But a recent devastating accident has driven him to drink.
Шрифт:Меньше АаБольше Аа. The Way to Dusty Death. This novel is entirely a work of fiction. The names, characters and incidents portrayed in it are the work of the author’s imagination. Any resemblance to actual persons, living or dead, events or localities is entirely coincidental.
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