The Gap in the Curtain
240 Pages, 5.1 x 7.7 in
- October 2022
- In Stock
- June 2012
- Out of print. Available in digital formats at the links below.
What begins as a welcome, if slightly dull, weekend at his friend Lady Flambard's house in the Costwolds becomes for Sir Edward Leithen something altogether more intriguing. A fellow guest – the brilliant Professor Moe – enlists the help of Leithen and his companions in an experiment. If they do as he says, each will get a glimpse a year into the future in the pages of The Times.
One of Buchan's most unusual novels, The Gap in the Curtain is a tense tale of unexpected from the author of The Thirty-Nine Steps.
With an introduction by Stuart Kelly.
This edition is authorised by the John Buchan Society.