Pointed Inwards by Bill Johnstone audiobook

Pointed Inwards

By Bill Johnstone
Read by Peter Coates

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6.71 Hours Unabridged
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The discovery of the body of a German war hero in a desolate wooden section of Rock Creek Park in Washington DC and the ghoulish portrait of a face on the internet are the catalysts which trigger this thrilling tale. Journalist Mike McCabe is drawn into the investigation which uncovers incidents of the Second World War, long kept secret by the US authorities, and their modern security agencies, determined to suppress any embarrassing disclosures. It highlights the fears and moods surrounding the global conflict of seventy years ago and some of the same insecurities that have resurfaced today. The fifth book in the Mike McCabe series.

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The discovery of the body of a German war hero in a desolate wooden section of Rock Creek Park in Washington DC and the ghoulish portrait of a face on the internet are the catalysts which trigger this thrilling tale. Journalist Mike McCabe is drawn into the investigation which uncovers incidents of the Second World War, long kept secret by the US authorities, and their modern security agencies, determined to suppress any embarrassing disclosures. It highlights the fears and moods surrounding the global conflict of seventy years ago and some of the same insecurities that have resurfaced today. The fifth book in the Mike McCabe series.

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Author Bio: Bill Johnstone

Author Bio: Bill Johnstone

Bill Johnstone (1908–1996) was a radio and television actor best known for his role as Lamont Cranston in the long-running radio show The Shadow, which he stayed with for five seasons. His distinctive voice was well-suited for characters who were well-off, and this allowed him to portray The Shadow with more authority than had his predecessor, Orson Welles.

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Available Formats : Digital Download
Category: Fiction/Thrillers
Runtime: 6.71
Audience: Adult
Language: English