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The 38th Floor

(1965)
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"Some smashing skullduggery, with shadowings, chases, and a marvelous climax."
- Sunday Telegraph

The world teeters on the brink of war when John Burden, an African-American, is elevated unexpectedly to acting Secretary-American of the UN. Quickly, as he takes exception to the U.S. position, he finds himself in danger of going down in his country's history as "the great black traitor."
THE 39TH FLOOR is a prophetic drama of international politics that begins with a threat of nuclear conflict with China and ends with a desperate manhunt through the streets of Manhattan. In the genre of the political novel, it stands out as a masterly blend of action, character, and memorable ideas.

"High-powered political fiction." - Times Literary Supplement (London)

"Compulsive reading." - Books and Bookmen

"A powerful and illuminating book that deals eloquently with the China threat. It's a dynamic thriller to boot."-- Philadelphia Enquirer

Genre: Thriller

Used availability for Clifford Irving's The 38th Floor

Hardback Editions

October 1965 : UK Hardback
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Title: Thirty-eighth Floor
Author(s): Clifford Irving
ISBN: 0-434-36800-8 / 978-0-434-36800-6 (UK edition)
Publisher: William Heinemann Ltd
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Paperback Editions

1966 : Paperback
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Title: The Thirty-Eighth Floor
Author(s): Clifford Irving
Publisher: The New American Library
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Kindle Editions

April 2014 : USA, Australia, Canada, UK Kindle edition
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Title: THE 38TH FLOOR: A Thriller of the UN, China, and the USA
Author(s): Clifford Irving
Publisher:
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