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Bantam Press, New York, 1987. hardcover, 9 1/2' x 6 1/4", with dust jacket. VERY GOOD book in VERY GOOD unclipped dust jacket. Tan cloth-bound boards with gold type to spine, map endpapers (USSR), 30 b&w photographs, family rehabilitation papers, etc, index. Taken from Glasgow to the Soviet Union by her newly-widowed mother, Flora Leipman, and her remaining family, were accused of being a British spy, arrested, and sent to Stalin's notorious labour camps. Released in 1941, the suspicions remained, and as she accounts here, she barely survived, driven only by her goal of returning to the UK. In 1984 she made it. Its a tale of courage & the will to survive (and admirably told). Title page corners have been clipped by previous owner.