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Soldier No More (Dr David Audley & Colonel Jack Butler #11)

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Britain's master spy Dr. David Audley goes up against the KGB and a band of Algerian terrorists in this fast-paced thriller set in 1957 France. The ingenuity is staggering, and the execution impeccably neat.--Times Literary Supplement.
Paperback, 336 pages
Published March 1st 1989 by Mysterious Press (first published January 1st 1981)
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Feb 05, 2012 Hildo rated it really liked it
One of the better Audley books. Set just after the Suez crisis, this is chronologically the fourth in the series. The main character, Captain Roche, is morally ambiguous but ends up trying to do the right thing. The historical setting, just post-Suez, post-Hungary and during the Algerian war, is distant enough to be interesting and much less well-known than WW 2.

The plot is to some extent a comedy of errors; touches upon Kipling, historical novels, Hollywood, and personal honor; and the characte
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At last we get to read the story of how Audley was recruited. A much more wordy book than the previous adventures, but with some neat twists and turns and cloak and dagger from both sides in the cold war.
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They're starting to look a touch dated, but you can't go wrong with these. Elegantly plotted and beautifully written around long slabs of dialogue that shouldn't work but do...
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Born in Hertfordshire in 1928, Price was educated at King's School, Canterbury, and Oxford. His long career in journalism culminated in the Editorship of the Oxford Times. His literary thrillers earned comparisons to the best of Graham Greene, Ernest Hemingway, and Robert Goddard.
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