November 1943. Tehran, Iran. The three allied leaders, Winston Churchill, Franklin Roosevelt, and Joseph Stalin meet to discuss the invasion of Europe and final defeat of Nazi Germany.
When a British Intelligence officer is murdered just days before the start of the conference, Booth Salinger, an American OSS officer, is sent to Tehran to investigate. Against this backdrop, A Spy in the Shadows unfolds exposing a tale of dedicated opponents, betrayal of allies, and a German spy, codenamed Traveler, who possesses secrets that could delay the allied invasion and change the outcome of the war.
©2013 Randy Grigsby (P)2013 Randy Grigsby
Yes...Narrator brought it to life.
Many twists and turns...usually I can figure out the "bad guy." Not this time.
All of them. Did a great job with a very large group of characters..and accents.
The end that...wasn't really the end...can't give anymore away.
Excellent story and very well read.
Someone on a long boring drive
Not really. The story has been told a bit better, but this book played the characters out until I lost interest. I never engaged with the story's main characters. The end did have a nice little twist, but it petered out by the end.
At times (many), it was like being narrated to by the robot from "Lost in Space"
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