The Story of Henri Tod

By William F. Buckley Jr.
Read by James Buschmann

The Blackford Oakes Mysteries: Book 5

8.17 Hours 05/01/2004 unabridged
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It is 1961 in Berlin, and the Cold War is at its most chilling. Suave CIA agent Blackford Oakes has come to investigate. Brilliant, charismatic, and with a tragic past, Henri Tod is head of Bruderschaft, the underground anti-Communist organization. Oakes will need his help in cracking the dark plots the Eastern bloc powers are hatching. And the KGB have found the one chink in Tod’s armor.

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Summary

Summary

It is 1961 in Berlin, and the Cold War is at its most chilling. Suave CIA agent Blackford Oakes has come to investigate.

Brilliant, charismatic, and with a tragic past, Henri Tod is head of Bruderschaft, the underground anti-Communist organization. Oakes will need his help in cracking the dark plots the Eastern bloc powers are hatching. And the KGB have found the one chink in Tod’s armor.

Editorial Reviews

Editorial Reviews

“[Blackford Oakes’] adventures make for excellent entertainment, nowhere more so than in this smoothly plotted tale of the weeks leading to the sudden rising of the Berlin Wall.” New York Times Book Review
“It is a humdinger…and [Buckley] is a whopping good storyteller.” San Diego Union
“Buckley regales us with his wry wit and keeps us interested with his swift pacing and dynamic characterizations.” Boston Herald
“A pulse-racing thriller. [It] holds the reader in thrall.” Publishers Weekly

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Author Bio: William F. Buckley Jr.

William F. Buckley Jr. (1925–2008)—a syndicated columnist, author, editor, television host, and adventurer—was the founder of National Review and the host of the Emmy Award–winning Firing Line, the longest-running public affairs program in television history with a single host. Buckley was the award-winning author of many bestsellers, starting with God and Man at Yale.

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Available Formats : Digital Download, Digital Rental, CD, MP3 CD
Category: Fiction/Mystery & Detective
Runtime: 8.17
Audience: Adult
Language: English