A Bridge of Letters

Rated 4.67/5 based on 3 reviews
An estranged father and son, who have kept in touch for years through an exchange of letters, unexpectedly meet in Hong Kong. A near fatal meeting .... but suddenly they are thrown together in a desperate attempt to get back to England. Their background, their reunion and their escape make fascinating reading. More
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About Duncan James

Duncan James was an RAF pilot before eventually reaching the higher levels of the civil service, in a career that included top-level posts at home and abroad with the Defence Ministry, and work with the Metropolitan Police at Scotland Yard. A life-long and compulsive writer, he has produced everything from Government statements, Ministerial briefing papers, press announcements and reference books. As a public affairs consultant and freelance author, he was a prolific writer of magazine articles on a wide variety of subjects.

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Review by: Peter Thain on April 17, 2012 :
Review by Peter Thain. 18/04/2012
Well, I hope this is a prelude to the main book. I've read "Cashback" by the same author and I think this guys what it takes to become one of the top writers. Move over, ludlum, Brown, Coonts there's a new kid on the block.
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Review by: I. Readalot on Nov. 16, 2011 :
A good short story. Character development is good for a 5.700 word tale. It's spread over an almost 20 year span so fine details are left up to the reader's imagination. The plot is spy stuff, and the happenings in the final portion were as anticipated. While it's a good simple read it's not a great and memorable story. I enjoyed it but can't highly recommend it and won't save it to be read again in the future. I rate it a 3.5 to 4.0.
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Review by: Suzy Stewart Dubot on Oct. 7, 2011 :
Excellent short story! Wished it hadn't ended quite so abruptly as I know they're still out there 'travelling'. Now going to look at other things you've written...
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