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by Terry Wale,James Pattinson

Author: Terry Wale,James Pattinson
Subcategory: Action & Adventure
Language: English
Publisher: Soundings Audio Books; Unabridged edition (November 1, 2004)
Category: Fiction and Literature
Rating: 4.4
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Alan Caley was far from delighted to receive a phone call from his old school pal. James Pattinson was a prolific British author of over a 100 mystery thrillers.

Kokeile nyt. Bullion. 2 5 Kirjailija: James Pattinson Lukija: Terry Wale. Saatavilla äänikirjana. Alan Caley was far from delighted to receive a phone call from his old school pal Chuck Brogan, inviting him to lunch.

Terry Wale’s gravelly voice projects thugs with malevolence and softens for the heroes of the story. Library Ed., ISIS Audio Books/ Soundings, 2005.

Written by James Pattinson, narrated by Terry Wale. Caley could use some help in that respect - his business was going down the drain and he was pushed for money.

Alan Caley was far from delighted to receive a phone call from his old school pal Chuck Brogan.

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Alan Caley was far from delighted to receive a phone call from his old school pal Chuck Brogan, inviting him to lunch. It was some time since he had last seen Brogan and he remembered that the man had taken part in a gold robbery and been sent to prison for a number of years. Caley was reluctant to accept, Brogan was persuasive and hinted that the meeting might turn out to be to Caley's advantage - financially. Caley could use some help in that respect - his business was going down the drain and he was pushed for money. So he agreed to have lunch with Brogan, little suspecting what dire consequences would stem from the free meal...