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Mrs. Miniver (1939)
by Jan Struther
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0156631407, Paperback)
As a best-selling book and an Academy Award-winning movie. Mrs. Miniver's adventures have charmed millions. This edition, published on the fiftieth anniversary of the book's orginal publication in the U.S., features a new introduction by Greer Garson, who won the Academy Award as best actress for her role as Mrs. Miniver.
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"Under normal circumstances, PI Donald Strachey wouldn't work a case for Jay Plankton, the right-wing radio "shock-jock" known to his fans as "the J-Bird." The J-Bird has been targeted for a series of attacks by a shadowy radical gay rights group that has been defunct for more than twenty years. The attacks are on the level of malicious pranks and, while irritating and disruptive, so far haven't been dangerous. But the J-Bird's producer is afraid that the attacks might get worse, and the J-Bird himself is eager to confront his attackers. Since Strachey is known to have had contact with the original members of the radical group in whose name these acts were committed, the producer and the shock-jock want him to track them down. Since Strachey needs the money, and is intrigued by the idea that this group might be back in action, he takes the job.". "But what appears at first to be a simple - and probably pointless - investigation quickly escalates into something far more dangerous. One of the radio show's personalities is kidnapped, the threats begin to escalate in intensity, and Strachey finds himself in the middle of an altogether different kind of case. With precious little time left, Strachey must now uncover the connection between a radical but peaceful group from the past and the increasingly violent actions of the present."--BOOK JACKET.
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