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Author: Jeremy Duns Narrator: Gerard Doyle Publisher: Recorded Books, Inc. Audio Length: Series:The Paul Dark Trilogy Release Date: October 2009 Format: Unabridged Audiobook Delivery: Instant Download ISBN: 9781440718397

Publisher Description

This electrifying debut from Jeremy Duns launches a trilogy of Cold War spy thrillers. It's 1969, and a KGB colonel has just entered the British High Commission in Nigeria and asked to defect. For MI6 agent Paul Dark, it's a promising opportunity. But Dark soon finds himself in trouble and on the run. "A wholly engrossing and sophisticated spy novel set against a forgotten corner of 20th-century history."-William Boyd, Booker and Whitbread Prize winner

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  • “An international espionage thriller par excellence. Lyrical prose, unforgettable characters, and a fascinating plot that doesn’t release the panting reader until the last page.”

    - Gayle Lynds, New York Times bestselling author of The Paris Option
  • “An authentic espionage novel with accurate tradecraft and operatives who act with intelligence. Set in the Cold War, packed with history and tension, it’s a must- read for any true spy-novel fan. If you like vintage John le Carré, you'll love Free Agent.”

    - David Morrell, New York Times bestselling author of Scavenger
  • “Duns’ terrific debut will draw inevitable comparisons to early John le Carré, though the lead character, turncoat British Secret Service agent Paul Dark, is a complete original…Seldom has a thriller plot taken more unseen turns as Paul searches for the truth about his past and the reality of his present. Readers will eagerly await the sequel.”

    - Publishers Weekly (starred review)
  • “Superior fiction with an unexpected twist.”

    - Library Journal
  • “Journalist Duns debuts with a thriller offering more spins than a Bolshoi gala, as an MI6 agent combs Nigeria for a lost love who can untangle a labyrinthine scheme devised during World War II.”

    - Kirkus Reviews

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  • Overall Performance: 3 out of 53 out of 53 out of 53 out of 53 out of 5

    " Cold War spy stuff "

    - Leslie, 11/22/2012
  • Overall Performance: 5 out of 55 out of 55 out of 55 out of 55 out of 5

    " I can't remember the last time reading a book increased my heart rate...perhaps reading "Jaws" in the 70's. I had to keep telling myself...it' s only a novel. Thrilling and a fantastic read! "

    - Mls3, 7/6/2012
  • Overall Performance: 5 out of 55 out of 55 out of 55 out of 55 out of 5

    " Fabulous, a tour-de-force of the Cold War espionage novel. My only quibble in the last page of the whole trilogy. "

    - Keith, 2/5/2012
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    " A great read for a long weekend, especially if you're into the whole James Bond thing. "

    - Ian, 9/9/2010
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    " It's mindblowing to me that this is Jeremy Duns' first book. Within 5 pages I felt like I was decades into a spy family dynasty. The emotional investment was instantaneous and the pace of the book kept me turing page after page. "

    - Erin, 8/20/2010

About the Author

Jeremy Duns is the author of the Paul Dark spy thrillers. His first novel, Free Agent, was a Daily Telegraph Thriller of the Year in 2009. A graduate of Oxford University, he worked as a journalist in Belgium for several years and now lives in Stockholm, Sweden, with his wife and two children. 

About the Narrator

Gerard Doyle, a seasoned audio narrator, he has been awarded dozens of AudioFile Earphones Awards, was named a Best Voice in Young Adult Fiction in 2008, and won the prestigious Audie Award for best narration. He was born of Irish parents and raised and educated in England. In Great Britain he has enjoyed an extensive career in both television and repertory theater and toured nationally and internationally with the English Shakespeare Company. He has appeared in London’s West End in the gritty musical The Hired Man. In America he has appeared on Broadway in The Weir and on television in New York Undercover and Law & Order. He has taught drama at Ross School for the several years.