The Dark Tunnel

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Published Road, 2013.
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Ross Macdonald., & Ross Macdonald|AUTHOR. (2013). The Dark Tunnel. Road.

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Ross Macdonald and Ross Macdonald|AUTHOR. 2013. The Dark Tunnel. Road.

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Ross Macdonald and Ross Macdonald|AUTHOR, The Dark Tunnel. Road, 2013.

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Ross Macdonald, and Ross Macdonald|AUTHOR. The Dark Tunnel. Road, 2013. Web.

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    [synopsis] => On the home front, two wartime lovers reunite under a cloud of paranoia. In 1937 Munich, an American must be careful when he smokes his pipe. Robert Branch, a careless academic, makes the mistake of lighting up when the F├╝hrer is about to begin a procession, and nearly gets pummeled for his mistake. Only the timely intervention of Ruth Esch, a flame-haired actress, saves him. So begins a month-long romance between East and West - a torrid affair that ends when the lovers make the mistake of defending a Jew, earning Branch a beating and Esch a trip to a concentration camp. Six years later, Esch escapes to Vichy and makes her way to Detroit. To her surprise, Branch is waiting for her. He is a professor, working for the war effort, and his paranoia about a spy inside the Motor City war board sours their reunion. Once again, a dangerous net is encircling these lovers - a reminder that, in this war, love always comes second to death.
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