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The Tango Briefing

Quiller, Book 5
By: Adam Hall
Narrated by: Antony Ferguson
Series: Quiller, Book 5
Length: 7 hrs and 58 mins
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Summary

London Bureau sends Quiller to the Sahara desert on a mission to examine a crashed freighter and its mysterious cargo. The danger to Quiller comes not only from the cargo itself and from political cells trying to capture Quiller, but also from his own Bureau's secret plans. The majesty and terrors of the desert are brought into sharp focus in this captivating novel about the character The New York Times called "the greatest survival expert among contemporary secret agents".

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Superb in every way

Gripping twists and turns from this first person perspective spy story
Realistic and full of trade craft this rattles along at breakneck pace leaving you breathless TIL the end
The narrators voice is Quiller

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  • Jonathan
  • LondonUnited Kingdom
  • 16-09-16

Bond for the realist

Truly gripping, tight storytelling. Makes you wish bond would go back to his sixties roots. Really fresh although this story is forty years old. Spy fiction for people wanting the exact opposite of Clancy. Recommended.

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  • Andrew Reid
  • 09-08-18

One of the best Quillers

one of the best of the Quiller tales. Suspensful and claustrophobic. The narration has a tense, stiff-upper-lip quality that suits the material well.