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A Hooded Crow
Craig Thomas
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A Hooded Crow (Kenneth Aubrey and Patrick Hyde #8)

3.27 of 5 stars 3.27  ·  rating details  ·  75 ratings  ·  6 reviews
A suspense-filled novel from the prolific New York Times bestselling author of Firefox and The Last Raven. The Cold War is over, but old hatred still fuels the greed for global power. Against official orders, two British agents pursue elusive leads linking a prestigious electronics firm to the KGB and Moscow, as they are plunged into a desperate race against time--where fa ...more
Mass Market Paperback, 512 pages
Published March 28th 1993 by HarperPrism (first published January 1st 1991)
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all Craig Thomas books reminds me of my dad...they were his collections. he got me interested in British agents, KGB stories. I love it
Sir Kenneth Aubrey, that grand old man of British Intelligence who first appeared in "Firefox", has not fully recovered from the physical and psychic injuries sustained in "The Last Raven". While he is on the mend, the British government is somewhat uncertain what to do with the organization he created or the agents he trained. Inasmuch as its traditional antagonist, the Soviet Union, is disintegrating into its component parts, it seems obvious that some individuals must be reassigned, and other ...more
I couldn't get into it. I was nearly asleep after the first 10 pages. For all I know, it's a great book that just starts off slow, but life is too short :p
"Dull story of tiny group of British agents who stop a mundane KGB plot to export questionably critical high technology. Too slow. Too British."
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David Craig Owen Thomas was a Welsh author of thrillers, most notably the Mitchell Gant series.

The son of the Western Mail rugby union writer, JBG Thomas, Craig was educated at Cardiff High School. He graduated from University College, Cardiff in 1967, obtaining his M.A. after completing a thesis on Thomas Hardy. Thomas became an English Teacher, working in various grammar schools in the West Midl
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