A Kind of Anger by Eric Ambler audiobook

A Kind of Anger

By Eric Ambler
Read by William Gaminara

Audible Studios on Brilliance Audio 9780712356459
7.56 Hours Unabridged
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Eerily prescient of twenty-first century debacles, A Kind of Anger combines a satire of a paparazzi-driven media culture with a gritty espionage tale. Just six weeks ago, Lucia Bernardi fled the villa where her lover died. And then she vanished. The police, the tabloids, and even the real killers all want to find her. Disgraced reporter Piet Maas searches for and then finds Lucia in the south of France. There he faces a conundrum—publish her amazing story, reviving his career but guaranteeing her death—or join in her grand extortion and risk both their lives.

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Eerily prescient of twenty-first century debacles, A Kind of Anger combines a satire of a paparazzi-driven media culture with a gritty espionage tale.

Just six weeks ago, Lucia Bernardi fled the villa where her lover died. And then she vanished. The police, the tabloids, and even the real killers all want to find her. Disgraced reporter Piet Maas searches for and then finds Lucia in the south of France. There he faces a conundrum—publish her amazing story, reviving his career but guaranteeing her death—or join in her grand extortion and risk both their lives.

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Author Bio: Eric Ambler

Author Bio: Eric Ambler

Eric Ambler (1909–1998) graduated from London University and established himself as a writer with five classic novels of intrigue published between 1937 and 1940: Background to Danger, Epitaph for a Spy, Cause for Alarm, A Coffin for Dimitrios, and Journey into Fear. During World War II he served in the British Army and was discharged as a lieutenant colonel. He wrote and produced a number of motion pictures and was nominated for an Academy Award for his screenplay of Nicholas Monsarrat’s The Cruel Sea. He then returned to writing novels, many of which became New York Times bestsellers. He is widely considered the father of spy-espionage thrillers.

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Available Formats : CD
Category: Fiction/Thrillers
Runtime: 7.56
Audience: Adult
Language: English