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Faces in a Dusty Picture
The year is 1940 or '41, the place is Cairo and the surrounding desert. Rommel is on the march, and the British are trying to decide whether to attack...
Night and the City
Kersh's best-known and most-respected novel, published in 1946, is a Dickensian "slice o' life" look at London's underworld. Harry Fabian is a fast-ta...
The Angel and the Cuckoo
Ranging from Hungary and Italy to France and England, but placed mostly in London between 1911 and 1934, this novel tells the story of a variety of Di...
The Secret Masters
Narrator Albert Kemp, the successful author of thriller novels, and his old friend George Oaks, a war hero (First World War) and journalist, stumble o...
The Thousand Deaths of Mr. Small
Charles Small, the son of Jewish parents in post World War I London, wants to be an actor. He actually has some talent, but his folks will never count...
They Die With Their Boots Clean
Set mostly in England in 1940 or 1941, this slim novel is Kersh's tribute to the Coldstream Guards, an elite British military outfit with whom he serv...
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