by Leon Uris
Doubleday, 1988, [First Edition], hardcover, dustjacket, ISBN 038526139X
Very Good Condition, some edge and shelf wear, edges and corners rubbed, cover rubbed (a little scuffed) (see photographs)
'With unequalled power and overwhelming emotion, Leon Uris gives us Mitla Pass, the impassioned story of Gideon Zadock, a modern man trapped by his own contradictions: ambition and fear; desire and obligation; the past and his future. Woven into a tapestry of voices - Gideon's, his family's, his wife's, and friends' - Uris takes us from the pogrom-cursed Russian shtetls tot eh American dream; from Hollywood in its heyday to the new state of Israel in 1956.'