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Beyond This Place

by Cronin, A. J

Condition: Good+

Readers Digest. Good+. 1959. Softcover. Both covers, next to the spine, are faintly creased from reading. The spine is not creased from reading. The pages are clean, no tears or soiling, except for a stain on the last three pages, the story is undamaged. The pages and binding are tight. ; Thin 12mo 7" - 7½" tall; 138 pages; A Reader's Digest condensation for the Reader's Digest Book Club. A suspense novel about a young student who discovers that his father, whom he believed dead, is serving a life sentence for a brutal murder. Suspecting his innocence, he sets out to clear his father of the charge. Will combine shipping on more than one book. .

Beyond This Place is a 1953 novel by Scottish author, A. J. Cronin. The novel has been adapted for both film and television. A Bollywood version, Kalapani (1958), was directed by Raj Khosla and starred Dev Anand and Madhubala. The British film version (1959) was directed by Jack Cardiff and featured Van Johnson and Vera Miles. A television adaptation was broadcast on CBS in 1957, and was produced by David Susskind and directed by Sidney Lumet.


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