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ADAM HALL Quiller Meridian Chapter 1: BUCHAREST They found me in Rome and the embassy phoned my hotel and I went along there and talked to London, and Signals said something had come unstuck in Bucharest and 'Mr Croder would be grateful' if l could get on a plane and see if I could pull anyone out alive. Читать онлайн Quiller Meridian.
Amazingly, each of Adam Hall's 19 Quiller books features a unique set of problems for the protagonist to solve, which he always does with imagination, intelligence, and determination. The crisp and believable writing never flags. The author endows Quiller with fluency in German, French, Polish, and Russian, plus a bit of Mandarin and Thai.
Quiller Book Seventeen. Chapter 1. BUCHAREST. That was out of the book, but not everything in this trade’s in the book, in fact very little that really matters, none of the deadly vibrations you pick up in a red sector, nothing of what we call mission feel, the unnamed sense that allows a single photon of light to hit the retina and alert the brain, the sound of.
Large print ed. by Adam Hall. The windsor selection, Windsor Selection Series. Published 1994 by Chivers Press in Bath. Originally published, London : Headline, 1993.
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Quiller Meridian book. There was no writer better at this than Adam Hall in his Quiller novels
Quiller Meridian book. There was no writer better at this than Adam Hall in his Quiller novels. His spy, codenamed Quiller, worked for a secret government organization that reported directly to the Prime Minister. Quiller’s refusal to carry a gun, he claimed it made you weak, and need to work There’s something about the first person narrative that can really make a spy novel come alive. I think it’s the fact that you are stuck inside the spy’s head with all the paranoia that being alone and undercover would require.
Chapter 1: BUCHAREST. They found me in Rome and the embassy phoned my hotel and I went along there and talked to London, and Signals said something had come unstuck in Bucharest and 'Mr Croder would be grateful' if l could get on a plane and see if I could pull anyone out alive.
Quiller is a fictional character created by English novelist Elleston Trevor. Quiller, whose one-word name is a pseudonym, works as a spy, and he is the hero of a series of 19 Cold War thrillers written under the pseudonym Adam Hall, and became Trevor's most popular character. The books focus on a solitary, highly capable operative who works, usually on his own, for a British government organization, referred to as "The Bureau", which "doesn't exist".