Churchill's Queen

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Fans of The Eagle has Landed and Foyle's War will enjoy this book. It's a sabotage thriller set in the early days of World War II. Two Abwehr agents are landed in Scotland by u-boat, their mission is to destroy a vital part of the British war machine. Although apparently foiled, did their plan ultimately succeed 32 years later in Hong Kong harbour?

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Words: 96,410
Language: English
ISBN: 9781452300528
About A. J. Davidson

AJ Davidson is a traditionally published author and playwright, who, in Spring 2010, made the switch to Indie. He is keen to explore the potential of a rapidly changing publishing world, and is enjoying the closer contact with his readers that e-books afford.

AJ has a degree in Social Anthropology. Married for 28 years, he has two children, a Harrier hound and a cat called Dusty.

Not one for staying long in the same place, AJ has lived in many countries across several continents. He has worked as a pea washer, crane-driver, restaurateur and scriptwriter.

A member of the ITW. Represented by the Jonathan Williams Literary Agency.

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Churchill's Queen
Fans of The Eagle has Landed and Foyle's War will enjoy this book. It's a sabotage thriller set in the early days of World War II. Two Abwehr agents are landed in Scotland by u-boat, their mission is to destroy a vital part of the British war machine. Although apparently foiled, did their plan ultimately succeed 32 years later in Hong Kong harbour?

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Review by: Shilka Publishing on April 26, 2011 :
This is a good story, but it really could have used more editing/proofreading. I've sent the author all the errors that I spotted, so hopefully he'll update it.

It does have some similarities to The Eagle has Landed, so if you enjoyed that, you'll probably enjoy this. Note though that the story is entirely set in WW2, there's just a short epilogue covering the incident in Hong Kong. From the description, I'd expected the book to be roughly 50/50 WW2 and Hong Kong.
(reviewed long after purchase)

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