NEVER HAD A CHANCE by FARRAN, Roy, 1921-2006


Edition: First printing

London: Bles, 1967. Black boards. Fine in fine jacket, flap price intact. A novel of two bank robbers on the lam and a wounded bear in the Canadian Rockies. Farran, a much decorated British army officer (SAS), emigrated to Calgary, Alberta, where he founded newspapers and had a political career, serving as a cabinet minister under Peter Lougheed. While serving in Palestine after the war, he was court-martialled for murder of a Jewish teen-age resistance operative but the case collapsed for want of conclusive evidence. ; Octavo 0713801980

Book ID: 49366
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