Round the Bend

Round the Bend

A Novel

Book - 1951
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Owner of a Near East freight airline applies his religious philosophy to everyday problems.
Publisher: New York : Morrow, 1951
Branch Call Number: FICTION SHUTE
Characteristics: 341 p. map (on lining-papers) 21 cm


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Tom Cutter operates a freight business in the Persian Gulf where he meets and hires Constantine “Connie” Shanklin to work as an aircraft engineer. Connie founds a new religion in the area, becoming a powerful leader in the region and a major influence on Cutter and his staff.

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