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Bernard Treves's Boots; A Novel Of The Secret Service

Gelesen von David Wales

(4,602 Sterne; 98 Bewertungen)

What has Manton gotten himself into? His impersonation has broader implications -- and more dangerous ones -- than he had imagined. (Summary by David Wales) (10 hr 8 min)

Chapters

01 Chapter 1

13:44

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02 Chapter 2

9:41

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03 Chapter 3

18:24

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04 Chapter 4

24:37

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05 Chapter 5

20:52

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06 Chapter 6

22:03

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07 Chapter 7

18:56

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08 Chapter 8

26:10

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09 Chapter 9

20:40

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10 Chapter 10

17:22

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11 Chapter 11

6:54

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12 Chapter 12

23:25

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13 Chapter 13

22:57

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14 Chapter 14

11:39

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15 Chapter 15

5:54

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16 Chapter 16

15:56

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17 Chapter 17

20:57

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18 Chapter 18

17:26

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19 Chapter 19

17:33

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20 Chapter 20

11:38

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21 Chapter 21

10:40

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22 Chapter 22

23:07

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23 Chapter 23

23:31

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24 Chapter 24

19:25

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25 Chapter 25

13:58

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26 Chapter 26

20:46

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27 Chapter 27

10:45

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28 Chapter 28

27:48

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29 Chapter 29

23:30

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30 Chapter 30

18:06

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31 Chapter 31

17:38

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32 Chapter 32

24:30

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33 Chapter 33

13:03

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34 Chapter 34

14:08

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Bewertungen

Great reader. Great book.

(5 Sterne)

opportunity opens up when a man goes to sign up for the military. His goal was to earn money to pay back that which was stolen previously under his watch. The recruiter would like him to the place of an officer with a few problems like drugges, cowardness, and possible associations with German spies. How could he possibly say no to that adventure.....

very entertaining

(4 Sterne)

This book provides an exciting adventure story during "The Great War," along with a glimpse of English upper class attitudes and mores, at least insofar as they could be expressed in genteel post-Victorian literature. Key characters are a bit too one-dimensional for modern tastes with great emphasis on individuals' bearing and tasteful dress, but the essential story moves along quickly toward a nicely conceived resolution. All in all, an entertaining way to spend a few hours.

Doppelganger Story

(4 Sterne)

This story is a mix of intrigue and suspense coupled with the impersonation of a weak-minded man by a strong-minded one. There's plenty of anti-German sentiment (this is set in WWI and is typical sentiment of the time), but the story itself is good. Thanks for reading this, David!

(5 Sterne)

I throughly enjoyed the book. some Amazon reviews were not so good, but I suspect they are used to faster moving novels that are more bloody and sensual. good book for the era written.

Bernard Trevev's Boots

(4 Sterne)

This book surprised me. I didn't expect it to be such a page turner. I really enjoyed it and would recommend it to anyone.

Worth the lusten!

(5 Sterne)

Well written, well read and fast moving action. Promise: you won't get bored. Combo mystery and thriller, so enjoy.

Fantastic!

(5 Sterne)

A well written novel and excellently read. It is thought provoking and and thrilling. I couldn't stop listening!

(5 Sterne)

Well written and well read! Very suspenseful story of German spies against the good guys. I thoroughly enjoyed.