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What Happened in Vienna, Jack?

Lies and Consequences, Book 1
Narrated by: Mr S A Hester
Series: Lies and Consequences, Book 1
Length: 11 hrs and 18 mins
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Summary

A robbery in London. The murder of a priest at the end of World War ll. A genocide in Namibia. The discovery of the remains of Hitler's secretary.

Something connects all this. Former British spy Jack Price knows the answer, and he's willing to die to keep the secret. The problem? He's not the only one who knows.

It’s the lies that are not heard, but kept as secrets, that own us all. Deep in the world of espionage and deception, how far is Jack willing to go to fulfill his mission?

©2017 Daniel Kemp (P)2019 Daniel Kemp

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Don't think this is my genre

I found this very hard going and struggled to get to the half way mark. Very confusing with characters saying that they've been telling lies and then telling another bunch of lies so in the end I lost the plot! I also found the narrator slightly irritating in how he would add the other character's name at the end of a sentence, it didn't flow. The description of the book said about a robbery in London, murder of a priest at the end of ww2, a genocide in Namibia and discovery of the remains of hitler's secretary. I know there was the first 2 but only after I'd kept going back to listen again to chapters. I'm sorry but I couldn't listen to any more. Down to me, I think, as I'm not used to this genre of political intrigue. I'll probably try again in a while as I don't like to leave a book unfinished.