Frankie's Letter

Frankie's Letter

Book - 2012
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"'There's a spy in England. Frankie's letter. Read Frankie's letter.' These were the last words said by a dying man to Anthony Brooke in Kiel in Germany during the height of World War One. But who is Frankie? With his cover blown and the German army at his heels, English secret agent Anthony Brooke's search to discover the truth leads him to an innocent-seeming country house. Here, deep within the English countryside, as Anthony uncovers a web of spies, treachery, and terrorists, the war becomes close and very personal"--Amazon.com.
Publisher: Sutton : Severn House, 2012
Edition: First world ed
ISBN: 9780727882172
0727882171
Characteristics: 216 p. ; 23 cm

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hania4987 Jul 12, 2013

I don't know why Gordon-Smith's writings conjure up visions of classic movies, but she did it again. This time there are elements of the exploits of Richard Hannay and the Scarlet Pimpernel mixed up with Hitchcock's The Lady Vanishes. This is the desperate attempt to find a spy in England at the beginning of WWI; the only problem is that this person seems to have access not only to the highest circles of society and power, but has links to the IRA. A very satisfying read!

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