Danny Curnow, known in the army family by his call sign, Vagabond, ran agents, informers. Now he lives in quiet isolation and works as a guide to tourists visiting the Normandy's D-Day beaches. But violence in Northern Ireland is on the rise again. The covert world was close to destroying Danny. Fifteen years later the stakes are higher, the risks greater, and Danny will have to prove that he is as hard and ruthless as before.
©2014 Gerald Seymour (P)2014 W F Howes Ltd
"Once again demonstrating his ability to probe the moral murkiness of the spy trade and create an absorbingly diverse ensemble, Seymour crafts a sophisticated, reader-teasing tale" (Sunday Times on The Corporal's Wife)
"Picking up a novel by Gerald Seymour is like taking a deep breath of fresh air" (Independent on The Corporal's Wife)
All the usual attention to detail that this author provides and a deeper more thought provoking story line has made this my favourite audiobook of the year.
It was basically a story spun around Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD). Unfortunately the plot was weak and overall it wasn't very good.
I will listen to more by Gerald Seymour and put this down to a bad day at the typewriter.
Narrator was fine
Not one narrated John O'Mahoney.
Far too slow paced.
Cut out the dreadful accents.
Nothing like as enjoyable as his best books.
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