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The Day The Call Came
Thomas Hinde
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The Day The Call Came

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Published March 1st 1980 by Ace Books
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Narrow and focussed suspense. Want to read this again - it's been over 20 years since I read it yet sequences, passages from it come to mind sveral times a year....still!
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Sir Thomas Willes Chitty, 3rd Baronet better known by his pen name Thomas Hinde, was a British novelist.

His first novel, Mr Nicholas, was published in 1953. His second, Happy As Larry, the story of a disaffected, unemployable, aspiring writer with a failed marriage, led critics to associate him with the Angry Young Men movement. An excerpt from Happy As Larry appeared in the popular paperback anth
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