'No author is more skilled at making a good story seem brilliant' Sunday Express 'The lobby of the House of Commons was very full on the momentous afternoon that Miss Sarah Bennett, a composed and amused spinster, torn from her happy obscurity by an energetic and enterprising Minister of Labour, came from the Temporary Pass Office, up the stairs, through a corridor lined with effigies of the great . . .' Arthur Crook, and valiant conspirator Miss Sarah Bennett, secretary to Allen Wilkinson Stout MP, adventure through murders, Nazi incitement and parliamentary happenings to save a wing commander arrested for murder.But there were only some suits belonging to the late Tom Robinson, a raincoat and a gas-mask in a blue waterproof cover ... frowned, pushed the gas-mask out of his way, paused, took the box from its place and snapped open the fastener. ... aNot all of it, a acknowledged Crook, athough I could make a darna#39; good guess.
|Title||:||A Spy for Mr Crook|
|Publisher||:||Hachette UK - 2013-04-14|