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The Interrogator by [Williams, Andrew]
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'Andrew Williams's debut novel The Interrogator has a flair, grasp of detail, and strong characterisation that reminds me uncannily of Robert Harris's best-seller Enigma, and there's no higher praise . . . This is a terrific first novel. Harris had better watch out' (Daily Mail)

'One of the most gripping books I have read for some time' (The Times)

'The tensions within the intelligence community simmer excitingly ... his dialogue is energetic, and he is armed with a real passion for these events. Events are never absurd or melodramatic, and the characters are damaged, driven and fallible ... this is gripping stuff. Williams has put his knowledge to work, and any reader will emerge from this debut entertained and half-amazed at a terrific, mostly untold story' (Bill Greenwell, Independent)

'Andrew Williams' The Interrogator is an exciting, pacy Second World War novel with a clever twist...' (Andrew Roberts, Daily Telegraph)

'Introduces tension by lingering on the rough justice meted out by German prisoners of war' (Herald)

'This atmospheric first novel makes good use of different viewpoints ... maintaining the excitement and sense of mystery even though the reader knows how the story must end' (Morning Star)

'Not only is this a gripping thriller ... but (it) is confidently researched and cheekily written enough to include a cameo role for that real life Naval Intelligence officer of the day, a certain Ian Fleming.' (Shots)

'An excellent job...this 375-page hardback provides one of the best reads I have enjoyed for a long time. Worth every penny' (Dover Express & Folkestone Herald)

'An interesting slant on the war hero... this is a first-rate debut, highly recommended' (Bookseller)

A 'ripping yarn' (Adelaide Advertiser (Australia))

'This is a terrific first novel with the best description I have ever read of the noise of the explosion that occurred when HMS Loyalty, on which I was serving, was torpedoed on 22nd August, 1944' (Driffield Leader)

'A gripping thriller ... confidently researched and cheekily written' (Deadly Pleasures)

The action in this story moves along at a good pace, and the dialogue and characters are believable (Nautical Magazine)

'An interesting slant on the war hero ... this is a first rate debut, highly recommended' (Bookseller)

"Utterly convincing...atmospheric...He keeps this book involving, suspenseful and fascinating to the end, and it is a remarkable first novel" Review (Crime Time and Blogspot/ Michael Carlson)

"Utterly convincing...atmospheric...He keeps this book involving, suspenseful and fascinating to the end, and it is a remarkable first novel" (Crime Time and Blogspot/Michael Carlson)

'An interesting slant on the war hero ... this is a first rate debut, highly recommended' - (Bookseller)

'This complex and well-written book offers a fascinating insight into a little-explored area of the conduct of war' (Lincolnshire Echo)

Pride of place for the best debut of the year goes to Andrew Williams for his World War II thriller......it evokes the war-time world of code-breaking and naval intelligenc ewith exceptional flair.... For a first novel, this is a stand out performance, and marks Williams out as a star of the future...' (Daily Mail)

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Shortlisted for the CWA/Ian Fleming Award, The Interrogator is a masterful spy story set in the darkest days of the Second World War. The Enigma Code has been broken - but what if German High Command can read our naval signals, too? For all readers of John le Carre and Robert Harris - 'Terrific... Robert Harris had better watch out' Daily Mail.


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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 691 KB
  • Print Length: 404 pages
  • Publisher: Hodder & Stoughton; 1 edition (6 Aug. 2009)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B003ODIX22
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars 49 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #179,056 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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