: Breakheart Pass (): Alistair Maclean: Books. Breakheart Pass by Alistair MacLean (). In a new departure for MacLean, this is a historical novel, set in the Rocky Mountains in Alistair MacLean (novel), Alistair MacLean (screenplay) Jill Ireland in Breakheart Pass () “Breakheart Pass” Charles Bronson UA/MGM Charles.

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Retrieved from ” https: However, as the journey progresses there is a litany of mysterious disasters: The story is entirely about an ill-fated train journey up into the snow-covered hills.

By clicking on “Submit” you agree that you have read and agree to the Privacy Policy and Terms of Service. The action mainly sticks to the rails, though the sense of riding a great old train is not strongly evoked. I am not usually a fan of westerns but liked this one a lot.

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This happens to be my first one on the Wild West and I must say it leaves me intrigued. Their destination is the remote Fort Humboldt deep in the Nevada mountains, whose troops have recently been decimated by a cholera epidemic.

Pxss used the name of the Indians and the snow topped roofs in other books. Trivia About Breakheart Pass.

At the fort is Sepp Calhoun, a notorious outlaw being returned for trial. Commander Bond James Bond Dossier: Mar 27, Subhojit rated it really liked it. Third phase When Eight Bells Toll — British Treasury secret agent Philip Calvert defeats a gang who have been hijacking ships mac,ean bullion off the Scottish coast.


Bad The Way to Dusty Death — World number one racing driver Johnny Harlow acts drunk and disgraced in order to foil a gang of heroin smugglers and kidnappers.

The many twists and turns in this story keep one riveted to the book from the very first line to the last. Yet pretty much everything one could want in a historical thriller is found in these pages: Edit Did You Know? Feb 28, George K. I recommend it if you’re looking for a pass western adventure.

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The adventures of a drifter turned illegal prize-fighter during the Depression Era in New Orleans. Short on characterization, but long on mystery the story starts with the feeling that you don’t really know the characters very well. May 26, J. Ice Station Zebra Paperback.

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What other items do customers buy after viewing this item? Although this one, veers off into new territory by taking place after the civil war. This article about a novel in the Western genre of the s is a stub. If you like this period of American History, this is definitely worth a read.

Nov 23, Deb rated alisfair it was ok Shelves: Lots of twists and turns. Good Yarn Some minor inconsistencies here and there, probably due to Mr.

As for Deakin he is a man of few words, but his few words are so vacuous and expected that it would have been better had he been mute. My brother didn’t want to come and the pressure to find a good film gripped me during that ten-minute walk to our video rental store.

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Cluttered with adverbs and entertaining a somewhat predictable plot, with thin and stereotypical characters and poor dialogue, it reads like a first draft typos includedand a sad one at that.

Where Eagles Dare; H. Breakheart Pass First edition cover UK. The book lass spawned a rarely decent film. It reads like a first draft. Excitement and intrigue, some really good fight scenes, crisp dialog, a really interesting setting, and a plot that keeps you guessing until the very end.

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This article about a thriller novel of the s is a stub. A presidential bodyguard is assigned to protect an objecting first lady, as repeated attempts are made on her life.

The story starts with a troop train traveling through the Rocky Mountains in the winter of with a destination of a remote Army outpost in Nevada that is supposedly plagued with cholera. Books madlean Alistair MacLean. The author’s writing is superb, as always. Though I’ll fight anyone who argues that When Eight Bells Tolls isn’t the greatest novel of all time.

As the story winds down, the cunningly devious nature of the plan is finally revealed. Mxclean long of a stream to get to the ultimate motive. I dreaded the chore, knowing that if I picked a bad film my mom, being a film lover, and my brother, being an older brother, would never let me hear the end of it. ComiXology Thousands of Digital Comics. By using this site, you agree to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy.

Posted in BooksNovelThriller. Aoistair novel is written so haphazardly and with such unbelievable lines as “She gave him a look as cold as ice,” that I doubt MacLean spent too much time maclaen the composition, or perhaps this quick straightforward and unimaginative style was his bid for the contract to write the screenplay, which was eventually offered to him. Claremont manfully quelled what was clearly an incipient attack of apoplexy.