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ePub A New Kind of War download
Author:
Anthony Price
ISBN13:
978-0445403383
ISBN:
0445403381
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Publisher:
Mysterious Pr (June 1, 1989)
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Subcategory:
Mystery
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1982 kb
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1246 kb
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Rating:
4.8
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450

Anthony Price's books usually contain a wealth of detail.

Anthony Price's books usually contain a wealth of detail. This detail is combined with plot twists and turns that are often not fully explained. This forces the reader to think a bit, but can be off-putting as well. Price's hero/anti-hero, David Audley, is too smart by half, but I found the Audley character interesting in the extreme. Price's descriptions of pieces of the Anglo/Greek Campaign in a New Kind of War provided me useful insight into that star-crossed bit of history. 2 people found this helpful.

So that meant they bloody did, for sure, and years of war had taught them to steer towards the sound of the guns, with the prospect of succulent glazed eyeballs for an hors d’oeuvre

So that meant they bloody did, for sure, and years of war had taught them to steer towards the sound of the guns, with the prospect of succulent glazed eyeballs for an hors d’oeuvre. Eh?’ Kyriakos had been busy studying the tree-line on the crest of the ridge above the path.

For other people named Anthony Price, see Anthony Price (disambiguation) A New Kind of War (1987) UK; (1988) US. A Prospect of Vengeance (1988). The Memory Trap (1989).

For other people named Anthony Price, see Anthony Price (disambiguation). John Allan Anthony Price (1928-08-16)16 August 1928 Rickmansworth Hertfordshire, England. 30 May 2019(2019-05-30) (aged 90) Blackheath London, England. These books focus on a group of agents who work for an organization loosely based on the real MI5. Price died in Blackheath, London from chronic obstructive pulmonary disease on 30 May 2019, at the age of 9. .A New Kind of War (1987) UK; (1988) US.

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You look a bit rough, major,’ he observed, unkindly but accurately. Fred looked up at the Brigadier bruary, when we last met: nothing m. Fred looked up at the Brigadier bruary, when we last met: nothing much has changed since then, because I was looking pretty rough then - and I didn’t know what the hell was happening then either, come to think of it! ‘As a matter of fact, I feel a bit rough, to.

A New Kind Of War book. Anthony Price writes a very erudite kind of thriller filled with history and philosophical reflection. A New Kind of War takes us back to the Greece and Germany of 1945. It isn't everyone's cup of tea. He is more like LeCarre than Fleming. The plots are complex with a lot double dealing and the prose can be quite dense. This book is set in Germany immediately after the war as the various allies race to grab German scientists and the Cold War begins. It is part of a larger series featuring a British opportunity of named David Audley.

A New Kind Of War. Anthony Price. As Fred watched, another eagle swept into view. So that meant they bloody did, for sure, and years of war had taught them to steer towards the sound of the guns, with the prospect of succulent glazed eyeballs for an hors d’oeuvre. PART ONE. Eve of Scobiemas. Greece, February 2, 1945. Eh?’ Kyriakos had been busy studying the tree-line on the crest of dummy4.

A New Kind of War (1988) begins in Greece in 1945, then shifts to the Teutoburg Forest in Germany and makes reference to a battle the Romans fought there 2,000 years earlier. If Mr. Price’s books never became blockbusters, they did garner critical praise

A New Kind of War (1988) begins in Greece in 1945, then shifts to the Teutoburg Forest in Germany and makes reference to a battle the Romans fought there 2,000 years earlier. Price’s books never became blockbusters, they did garner critical praise.

When Captain Fattorini chances upon intelligence officer David Audley, he finds hinself sent to Occupied Germany and involved in dangerous work in the Teutoberg Forest
  • Far too much time spent in the heads of people as they dither at great length over what to say next. Price is always like this, but this one takes it to new levels of anti-pace. Not for beginners.

  • Like the history element. The book introduces the charcters well. Comforting to read a book which does not assume I'm an idiot!

  • I think the only thing more boring then the periods of time the author describes in the book is the actual book. After the persistent call of a friend of mind to try another book from this author I did, or at least 125 pages of it. This is book was supposed to be a thriller it must have come after I stopped reading, and if it is a character study then the people the author created are the single most dull group out there. If you are a fan of this author maybe you can see the charm in the book, but if you are looking for a good read -keep moving.

  • Anthony Price's books usually contain a wealth of detail. This detail is combined with plot twists and turns that are often not fully explained. This forces the reader to think a bit, but can be off-putting as well. Price's hero/anti-hero, David Audley, is too smart by half, but I found the Audley character interesting in the extreme. Price's descriptions of pieces of the Anglo/Greek Campaign in a New Kind of War provided me useful insight into that star-crossed bit of history.