No because it does not put the effort into context with WW II.
No. It is not up to previous books by same author.
Someone who wants a history of the area
I don't know. It was just not up to the standard that I expected.
He, too, sounded bored by the narration
I look forward to othe titles by the author
the bank in KL
A very interesting look into the backgrounds for crime. How much does the author really know?
Once I got used to the switching of scenes, I enjoyed the climax, rather unsuspected on my part.
Not well spent. Too difficult to relate one chapter to another.
I like Bernard Cornwell and Lee Childs.
The narrator was awful, too many poor attempts at British accents, few of which were relevant. No explanation of why a Welsh accent should pop up in the middle of Northumbrian and Southern accents
I like fantasy as much as the next but I had trouble relating this to British history, clearly one of the attempts being made.
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