Remembrance Day: Abridged

Remembrance Day: Abridged

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Constantine Lindow, a brilliant young scientist, is waiting for his brother Eamonn outside a central London tube station when a bus turns into the street - and explodes. The next day Lindow is arrested as the prime suspect and pitched into a web of intrigue. Caught between the British Security Service, New Scotland Yard's anti-terrorist squad and the cold-eyed killers from his brother's past, Lindow must find the bomber to prove his own innocence. But first he has to confront Eamonn's double life and work out the meaning of a scrap of paper hidden in this flat. The trail for the bomber leads Lindow to Boston, to a hideout deep in the Maine wilderness and finally back to London, where he tracks down a killer with a grandiose plan of mass murder - a killer who's a genius with computers and encryption codes, and more cunning and ruthless than anyone could ever have imagined. Only Lindow has the scientific training to crack the killer's code - only he can stop the telephone calling more

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  • Audio cassette
  • 107 x 140 x 17mm | 126g
  • Orion Publishing Co
  • Orion (an Imprint of The Orion Publishing Group Ltd )
  • London, United Kingdom
  • Abridged
  • 0752832409
  • 9780752832401

About Henry Porter

Henry Porter has written for most national broadsheet newspapers. He was editor of the Atticus column on The Sunday Times, moving to set up the Sunday Correspondent magazine in 1988. He contributes commentary and reportage to The Guardian, Observe, Evening Standard and Sunday Telegraph. He is the British editor of the American magazine Vanity Fair and divides his time between New York and London. Stephen Dillane won the 1999 Best Actor Award in the Evening Standard Theatre Awards for his part in Tom Stoppard's play The Real Thing. This is his first audio cassette reading. He also starred in the award-winning Welcome To Sarajevo. His latest films are Darkest Light (released January 2000) and Ordinary Decent Criminal, alongside Kevin Spacey, to be released on 17th March 2000. He is soon to appear on more

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'It certainly got me through 200 miles of driving with ease, and I shall never look at my mobile phone again in the same light- listen to the tape to find out why!' -- Sarah Willcox LIFETIME ENTERTAINMENT 'Fast-paced, gripping and credible, it's read by award winning actor Stephen Dillane.' CHOICEshow more