A Time Without Shadows by Ted Allbeury audiobook

A Time Without Shadows

By Ted Allbeury
Read by Simon Prebble

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9.73 Hours 1
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When 1940 brought the invader, it was only a matter of time before Philip Maclean, the Briton, would find his way back to France and the woman he loved. That he should set up a resistance network was a duty, that it would succeed was only to be expected. Then the call came from London, from a source high up in the chain of command, instructing Philip to risk all in a doomed attack on the German invaders as a prelude to an Allied landing. Now, 42 years later, Harry Chapman is detailed by British Intelligence to discover just who gave the order and why.

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When 1940 brought the invader, it was only a matter of time before Philip Maclean, the Briton, would find his way back to France and the woman he loved. That he should set up a resistance network was a duty, that it would succeed was only to be expected. Then the call came from London, from a source high up in the chain of command, instructing Philip to risk all in a doomed attack on the German invaders as a prelude to an Allied landing. Now, 42 years later, Harry Chapman is detailed by British Intelligence to discover just who gave the order and why.

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Author Bio: Ted Allbeury

Author Bio: Ted Allbeury

Ted Allbeury (1917–2005) was an intelligence officer with Great Britain’s Special Operations Executive during World War II; afterward, he ran agents between East and West Germany. Allbeury’s firsthand Cold War experiences enliven his espionage novels. The movie Blue Ice with Michael Caine was based on his characters, and his book No Place to Hide was adapted as Hostage starring Sam Neill. BBC Radio 4 has adapted his novels The Other Side of Silence, Pay Any Price, No Place to Hide, The Lonely Margins, and Deep Purple for radio broadcast. Allbeury is the author of over 40 books—many under the pen name of Patrick Kelly and Richard Butler. Despite being written decades ago, his bestselling book The Twentieth Day of January has received major media attention since it deals with many of the controversies surrounding the 2016 election.

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Available Formats : Digital Download
Category: Fiction/Literary
Runtime: 9.73
Audience: Adult
Language: English