Delta Red


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$11.99  $11.15
Dagmar Miura
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5.25 X 0.48 X 8.0 inches | 0.53 pounds
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About the Author

Born to wealth and privilege in New York, David Osborn chose to spurn both as false icons after World War II combat as a Marine Corps dive bomber pilot. On his own and following brief careers in television and public relations, he expatriated to France when falsely accused of un-Americanism in the infamous Senator McCarthy era, paying his way with a co-authored first motion picture script, Chase a Crooked Shadow. When its star-studded success took him from laboring in a rock quarry in France into Britain's film industry, he was launched on a long world-class writing career that saw him dangerously engaged during several Cold War years with Czech anticommunist resistance behind the Iron Curtain. Living in France and England as well as isolated for twelve years in a tiny Alpine village in Switzerland, Osborn authored numerous stellar TV plays and a score of major motion pictures, including The Trap, which earned an Academy Award nomination. Turning novelist with the critical success of The Glass Tower followed by the world best-selling classics Open Season, The French Decision, Love and Treason, and a half dozen more outstanding thrillers, he has had many imitators, but none reaching the startling originality of his stories, the stunning impact of his flawless page-turning plots, and his literate prose in each that packs a powerful punch with nearly every line.


"There won't be a better book published in America this year.... brilliantly plotted ... infinite complications ... as audacious as it is original ..." --Alastair Maclean, reviewing David Osborn's Love and Treason

"A sharp, taut adventure story ... leads a trail through mystery and destruction that is elusive and enthralling ..." --Glasgow Herald, reviewing David Osborn's Open Season

"No better example of absorbing, fast-paced intrigue. Compelling to the last punctuation mark." --Clive Cussler, reviewing David Osborn's The French Decision