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Diamonds For The Wolf (Jack Renouf #3)

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It's October 1940
You're 20 and still in love
Your island home is now occupied by the Germans
Caroline is in their hands and Rachel is trapped in France
Your best friend, Saul, works for Naval Intelligence
His boss is Lieutenant-Commander Ian Fleming
His job is to set Europe ablaze
You've been training as a commando
You know how to start fires
You're Jack Renouf and
You're being sen
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Lynelle Clark
Jun 07, 2016 rated it it was amazing
I received this book from the author for an honest review.

It took me some time to get back in the story but once I did I was lost for the rest of the world.
It is filled with intrigue, adventure and drama as you walk along with Jack and Saul revisiting old characters and meet new ones.
The author's research can be seen in every detail of the plot giving you a wonderful flow from scene to scene. At times it was light-hearted with banter and jokes that filled the air and at times serious as new plo
Sarah Sharpe
Sep 05, 2015 rated it it was amazing
I couldn't wait for the latest Jack Renouf blockbuster! Having read 'Against the Tide' and 'The Last Boat' I was eagerly awaiting Jack's latest adventure and it was well worth the wait! The story begins with an intriguing factual document written to the Director of Naval Intelligence by Ian Fleming... wait? what? Ian Fleming? Yes the creator and author of James Bond!! Well talk about a hook to the reader, reel me in John F Hanley! The first chapter starts with a stonkingly good opening paragraph ...more
Christoph Fischer
Oct 13, 2015 rated it it was amazing
A brilliant third part in the series. I've been eagerly waiting for this book and was not disappointed. The way the plot and the characters move around Europe is nothing short of inspired.
The novel has excellent atmospheric and authentic settings, depicting the war times and the dangers of being a spy really well; it has great and gripping characters that spice up the pages; and there are a lot of unexpected turns and twists.
Hanley has started this series with a great premise: a plot based on fa
Oct 14, 2015 rated it it was amazing
A gripping spy thriller set in war time London. The first book was set on Jersey and was particularly interesting because of the unusual location. You can learn from this book, too, if you are after history. A factual document about a special operation during the war forms the basis for this novel and the various characters illustrate the many factes of the war experience.
All that aside, the book has a brilliant main character, a dare devil and sometimes moody hero. I was stunned at the opening
Phil Wood
Sep 14, 2015 rated it it was amazing
Jack is back! The further adventures of Jersey Boy Jack Renouf continues. As before, meticulously researched, the historical and fictional characters blend seamlessly to produce an excellent read. The story is exciting and involving as we follow Jack and friends around war time Europe. Bouncing from seascapes to gritty torture chambers the action is gripping and the story a real page turner
Sarah Grigson
Apr 08, 2018 rated it it was amazing
Really enjoyable series set in Jersey in WW2 for the first 2 and elsewhere for the third.
Thomas Tyrer
Jan 28, 2017 rated it it was ok
I had read the two prior "Jack Renouf" novels written by John Hanley so picked this one up with the same interest. I'm not quite sure whether it was the book or possibly me, but my reaction to the characters, the writing, the novel as a whole was much more disinterested. I can't blame Hanley because I think the two prior novels were quite consistent with this one, but somehow I didn't react to it in the same way. I felt as if I were reading entire chapters -- or even groups of chapters -- only t ...more
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