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Wrath of the Lion

Wrath of the Lion

Written by Gardner Dozois

Narrated by Michael Page


Wrath of the Lion

Written by Gardner Dozois

Narrated by Michael Page

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4/5 (1 rating)
Length:
6 hours
Released:
Aug 15, 2011
ISBN:
9781441845900
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The French submarine L'Alouette prowls deep beneath the surface of the North Atlantic, its crewmembers eager to spill blood in the service of their frenzied nationalism-regardless of the cost. And only one man can stop them. That man is Neil Mallory, former lieutenant colonel of the British Special Air Services and Korean War hero. Can Mallory and his team find and destroy L'Alouette before it shatters Europe's fragile peace?

Released:
Aug 15, 2011
ISBN:
9781441845900
Format:
Audiobook

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About the author

Gardner Dozois is a highly esteemed author and Hugo Award-winning editor of several SF anthologies and, for twenty years, Asimov's Science Fiction magazine.


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    A submarine falls into the hands of French renegades who are using it in order to deal out their own cruel form of justice.Formerly known as the butcher of Perak, Neil Mallory is assigned to find out the whereabouts in the Channel Islands. Posing as a boat navigator for the now ailing General Grant. Assisted by his French counterpart, can he stop the submarine from inflaming the cold war? Is he able to overcome past demons in order to save the day?Another Higgins novel where the pages fly by. The ending appeared a little rushed but this early novel gives great glimpses into many of the later characters Higgins develops.Well worth a read, although a little clichéd at times.