ALSO BY HELEN MacINNES. The Salzburg Connection (November 2012).
ALSO BY HELEN MacINNES. Pray for a Brave Heart. Published by Titan Books. This is a work of fiction.
Decision at Delphi book. Helen MacInnes has a wonderful insight into the real proceedings of espionage. Her people and plots are very real and believable. I couldn't put it down.
Decision at Delphi was the first novel by Helen MacInnes that I had ever read. Having visited some of the places that the book mentions(It occurs primarily in Athens, Greece)made it even more realistic. It was a great novel of intrigue where I found myself rooting for some characters, while warning others not to go there or do that(out loud). always enjoyed Ms. MacInnes's writing and suspense type of book and she is a prolific writer
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Trust, thought Strang, is more than a delicate business when involved politics are at stake. However, during his journey from Athens to Sparta – and at last to Dephi – he becomes involved with a dangerous conspiracy that threatens both Strang and his photographer companion, Cecilia Hillard.
She opened it, a little subdued. I’m late, you should keep this door locked, sorry darling, there was a telephone call, he said all in one quickly gathered breath as he put his arms around her and. kissed her. Then he saw that there were others there. Damnation, he thought, and closed the door and turned to face them all. Pringle, in subdued and diplomatic grey, seemed a little startled. Elias, an eyebrow raised, looked at his watch.
He gave one last impersonal glance around his room, at the rows of books, his pictures, records, carefully chosen furniture.
Decision at delphi, . 1. Decision at Delphi, . He gave one last impersonal glance around his room, at the rows of books, his pictures, records, carefully chosen furniture. A pleasant place it had been. But possessions were like emotional attachments; they existed for him, not he for them.
Helen Clark MacInnes (October 7, 1907 – September 30, 1985) was a Scottish-American author of espionage novels. She and her husband immigrated to the United States in 1937, when he took an academic position at Columbia University in New York, while retaining her role in the British MI6, for foreign espionage. MacInnes published her first novel during World War II, and her early novels are all based in that setting. Later she wrote more about characters within the context of the Cold War.
Helen MacInnes (1907-1985) was the Scottish-born American author of 21 spy novels. Several of her books have been adapted into films, such as Above Suspicion (1943), with Joan Crawford, and The Salzburg Connection (1972). Библиографические данные. Decision at Delphi Helen MacInnes Library.
A suspense novel about a young American on a magazine assignment in Sicily and Greece who becomes involved in a struggle against a monstrous conspiracy. Just another routine overseas assignment. That's what successful young New York architect Ken Strang thought when a national travel magazine sent him to Europe to sketch Greek ruins.