A classic adventure from the author of A Town Like Alice and On the Beach.
When Peter Moran picks up a man on the roadside while driving through a bitter rainy night on the South Downs, he embarks upon an adventure that will lead him into treasonous international plots, flying adventures and tests of both his bravery and his loyalty.
Praise for So Disdained
Any book by Nevil Shute is a delightPunch
That shattering, unaffected, literary style of his is masterlyH.E. Bates
There is a quality of golden light that hangs over his books. That comes, I think, from his sense of order and from his own vast, undemonstrative solicitudeJohn Ezard, Guardian