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The Labyrinth Makers
The Labyrinth Makers
Author: Anthony Price
The Ministry of Defence had a problem. The Soviets were showing inordinate interest in the remains of the Dakota, discovered at the bottom of a drained lake in Lincolnshire. That the bomber we used to smuggle something out of the ruins of Berlin was obvious. What that something was seemed better left unknown. — That was the government's decision,...  more »
ISBN-13: 9780445402423
ISBN-10: 0445402423
Publication Date: 8/1986
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Publisher: Warner Books
Book Type: Paperback
Other Versions: Hardcover
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This was nice little spy novel - suggested by Charles Stross of all people.

It revolves around one Dr. David Audley, a Middle East expert who gets a little too accurate and too strident for the comfort of politicians in the Ministry of Defense and is turfed out to field which work. Something he doesn't like doing.

The field work involves a recovered Dakota bomber - lost after WW II smuggling something out of Berlin. Something the Soviets are still interested in even 25 years later. Along the way Audley discovers he likes field work a bit too much for his taste and comfort, uses his network of academics and Middle East experts (some spies) to good effect. He's also lucky and knows it - to his discomfort.

Its a good book and one I'm glad I found.
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A David Audley spy mystery.