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  • A story which grips and fascinates, a story enriched by the observation and understanding which have made Shute's work outstanding

    Scotsman
  • He holds attention to the last page

    Daily Telegraph
  • So convincingly does Shute tell the story and so cleverly does he leave the character of Shaklin deliberately vague that the book is as absorbing as anything he has written, and Cutter one of his finest creations

    Glasgow Herald

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