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The Company of Strangers By Robert Wilson

The Company of Strangers
by Robert Wilson

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Stunning European-based thriller from an acclaimed young British author: 'A class act' -- Sunday Times; 'First in a field of one' -- Literary Review
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The Company of Strangers by Robert Wilson

Stunning European-based thriller from an acclaimed young British author: 'A class act' -- Sunday Times; 'First in a field of one' -- Literary Review Lisbon 1944. In the torrid summer heat, as the streets of the capital seethe with spies and informers, the endgame of the Intelligence war is being silently fought. Andrea Aspinall, mathematician and spy, enters this sophisticated world through a wealthy household in Estoril. Karl Voss, military attache to the German Legation, has arrived embittered by his implication in the murder of a Reichsminister and traumatized by Stalingrad, on a mission to rescue Germany from annihilation. In the lethal tranquility of this corrupted paradise they meet and attempt to find love in a world where no-one can be believed. After a night of extreme violence, Andrea is left with a lifelong addiction to the clandestine world that leads her from the brutal Portuguese fascist regime to the paranoia of Cold War Germany, where she is forced to make the final and the hardest choice.

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The Company of Strangers Reviews


'Immensely enjoyable and entertaining' Allan Massie, Scotsman

About Robert Wilson


Robert Wilson has spent several years in West Africa, and he drew on this experience for his Bruce Medway novels. He and his wife now live in Portugal, where The Company of Strangers is partly set.

Additional information

GOR005570119
The Company of Strangers by Robert Wilson
Robert Wilson
Used - Very Good
Paperback
HarperCollins Publishers
2009-06-01
588
0007334206
9780007334209
N/A
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