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The Spider of Sarajevo Audiobook

The Spider of Sarajevo

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Summer 1914: Europe is on the brink. As Britain's enemies grow stronger, the Comptroller - General must confront the man with whom he has struggled for a generation - a man he knows only as the Spider.

In a desperate gamble, he sends four agents out across the continent, on a mission they do not understand ... The future of British intelligence - of the British Empire - is in their hands. Not all of them will return. Unique and resourceful, hunted and deceived, they have embarked on a journey that will climax in the town of Sarajevo on the 28th of June 1914.

©2014 Oakhill Publishing (P)2014 Robert Wilton

What the Critics Say

"The Spider of Sarajevo is a tour de force of delicate, intricate, glorious spy craft... The depth of passion and intellect shines from the page... If you only read one novel about the Great War this year, make it this one." (M.C. Scott)

"Robert Wilton is one of the smartest novelists we have. A touch of Conrad, more than a dash of Buchan... and a daring prose style that can set you blinking and thinking. Simply brilliant." (John Lawton)

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  • John S
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    23/12/14
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    "Impossible to follow as audible book"

    This book involves 4 different spies recruited by the British pre WWI. Although the writing is good, the settings interesting from Istanbul to Ireland, it is one of theose books that is a tough listen. The author changes characters several times per chapter. One minute your in Berlin and seconds later you are in Albania. This is a read versus a listen.

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