The Secret Adversary: A Tommy & Tuppence Mystery

February 7, 2017 - Comment

Full of energy and short of funds, old chums Tommy Beresford and Tuppence Cowley decide to form the “Young Adventurers,” and advertise themselves as willing to “go anywhere and do anything.” Asked by a British Intelligence official to find a woman named Jane Finn, who disappeared with sensitive government documents, they soon find that their

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Full of energy and short of funds, old chums Tommy Beresford and Tuppence Cowley decide to form the “Young Adventurers,” and advertise themselves as willing to “go anywhere and do anything.” Asked by a British Intelligence official to find a woman named Jane Finn, who disappeared with sensitive government documents, they soon find that their whimsical idea has drawn them into a complicated web of intrigue, intelligence agents, dubious identities, missing government papers, false clues — and all-too-real danger.

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Whistlers Mom says:

Agatha gets a pay raise WARNING: This is an Agatha Christie book which does NOT feature Hercule Poirot or Miss Marple. Christie purists will have nothing to do with this book! If you are a Christie purist, stop reading HERE. 

Kirin says:

Genesis of Tommy and Tuppence Fans of Agatha Christie will enjoy the introduction of the Young Adventurers to her constellation of recurring sleuths that includes the inimitable Hercule Poirot, the unassuming Miss Marple and the apple-crunching novelist Ariadne Oliver. Tommy and Tuppence, properly named Thomas Beresford and Prudence Cowley, reunite at the close of the Great War to wonder at grim employment possibilities and limited life prospects. 

Tintinnabulator says:

The Future of Books from Amazon? I’m writing about the paperback version of this Christie book found on Amazon. It isn’t what I was expecting. I should have been tipped off by the lack of a book publisher’s credit on the book’s order page. Instead, Amazon simply prints out the Kindle version of the book, which–frankly–is ugly as Hell. 

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