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  • Price, Anthony: Eyes of the Fleet, the:A Popular History of Frigates and: Frigate Captains 17-93-1815
    The Eyes of the Fleet: A Popular History of Frigates and Frigate Captains 1793-1815
    by Anthony Price
    ISBN 0091737869 (0-09-173786-9)
    Hardcover, Hutchinson

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    The frigate, in its classical wooden sailing-ship form, was a fast scouting cruiser - "the eyes of the fleet", in Nelson's words. But the frigate was something much more that a mere scout - it was a true fighting ship, lightly built but heavily-gunned for its size, designed for every naval task short of taking part in the great set-pieces between battleships. The author examines the frigate's evolution, the men who sailed in them and the most famous single-ship actions.

  • Price, Anthony: A+ for Students Electives (Hodder Arnold Publication)
  • Price, Anthony: A+ for Students: Essentials (Hodder Arnold Publication)
  • Price, Anthony: For the Good of the State
  • Price, Anthony: Gunner Kelly
  • Price, Anthony: Here Be Monsters
    Here Be Monsters
    by Anthony Price
    ISBN 0445405783 (0-445-40578-3)
    Softcover, Popular Library

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  • Price, Anthony: The Labyrinth Makers
    The Labyrinth Makers
    by Anthony Price
    ISBN 0340159766 (0-340-15976-6)
    Softcover, Coronet

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    Winner of Britains Silver Dagger Award for Best Crime Novel of 1970 David Audley is an unlikely spy. True, he works for Englands Ministry of Defense, but strictly as a back-room man, doing meticulous research on the Middle East. This new assignment, then, comes as something of a surprise: A WWII-era British cargo plane has been discovered at the bottom of a drained lake, complete with the dead pilot and not much else. Why are the Soviets so interested in the empty plane and its pilotinterested enough to attend the much-belated funeral? And why has Audley been tapped to lead the investigation? As Audley chips away at the first question, he cant stop asking the second. Could he possibly have been given the assignment in order to fail, to preserve the secrets at the bottom of the lake? If thats the case, someones made an error. Audleys a scholar by training, temperamentally allergic to loose ends. And the story he unravels is going to make some people very uncomfortable indeed.

  • A New Kind of War
    by Anthony Price
    ISBN 0445403381 (0-445-40338-1)
    Softcover, Mysterious Pr

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    A New Kind of War takes us back to the Greece and Germany of 1945 - as the old kind of war comes to its official end. Why has David Audley broken the British-Greek truce? And furthermore, why did his brigadier order his actions? Is it just coincidence that Audley is surprised near Delphi by Captain Fattorini of the Royal Engineers? As a result of that unfortunate encounter, Fattorini finds himself in occupied Germany as the newest member of TRR-2: a special Intelligence unit engaged in a dangerous and brutal game. It is not until he at last meets Audley's mysterious brigadier that Fattorini learns the full truth about his own assignment in the ill-omened Teutoburg Forest.

  • October Men
    by Anthony Price
    ISBN 0385007647 (0-385-00764-7)
    Hardcover, Published for the Crime Club by Doubleday

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    In the fourth title of Anthony Price's gripping spy series, British Intelligence officer David Audley slips away to Italy without authorisation, taking his wife with him. Immediately the suspicion arises that he may have defected, and the head of Italian security is also interested in his arrival, particularly as it has flushed from cover a rogue communist. But Audley has his own reasons for leaving Britain, in an investigation that becomes a matter of life or death.

  • Price, Anthony: October Men (Coronet Books)
    October Men (Coronet Books)
    by Anthony Price
    ISBN 0340198974 (0-340-19897-4)
    Softcover, Hodder & Stoughton Ltd

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  • The Old Vengeful
    by Anthony Price
    ISBN 0445402571 (0-445-40257-1)
    Softcover, Popular Library

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    When David Audley, that most subtle of Intelligence chiefs, sends his insubordinate protege Paul Mitchell off to investigate a KGB operation by researching a long-forgotten naval engagement off France in 1812, it doesn't look to Mitchell as if it will lead anywhere. But the fate of the crew of the Vengeful has more than a few surprises in store for Mitchell and suddenly the past throws a dazzling and very dangerous light on the present.

  • Price, Anthony: Other Paths to Glory
  • Price, Anthony: Other Paths to Glory (Coronet Books)
  • Price, Anthony: Our Man in Camelot
    Our man in Camelot
    by Anthony Price
    ISBN 0445406674 (0-445-40667-4)
    Softcover, Popular Library

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    Anthony Price ingeniously combines the machinations of British Intelligence with the legend of King Arthur in an extraordinary thriller that crackles with suspense from start to finish. A US Air Force plane mysteriously vanishes on a flight from its base in Britain, and its ace pilot with it. The CIA investigates the missing pilot, and makes some odd findings - finding that will take British Intelligence officer David Audley back to the sixth century in an absorbing battle of wits with the Soviet secret police.

  • Price, Anthony: Our Man in Camelot (Coronet Books)
  • Sion Crossing
    by Anthony Price
    ISBN 0445402474 (0-445-40247-4)
    Softcover, Popular Library

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    By the CWA Gold Dagger award-winning author of Other Paths to Glory What does the chairman of the new Atlantic Defence Committee have to do with the American Civil War? And why was a top CIA trouble-shooter needed as a middleman? And why was that middleman looking for David Audley, senior analyst for British Intelligence? It all seemed very wrong to Oliver St John Latimer, but it did present an interesting opportunity. Unfortunately for the ambitious, and usually desk-bound, Latimer, the opportunity was twice as deadly as it was intriguing.

  • Soldier No More
    by Anthony Price
    ISBN 0445402547 (0-445-40254-7)
    Softcover, Popular Library

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    Set some years after Dr David Audley's wartime experiences, this novel introduces a double agent who tries to recruit him back into British intelligence. The author's previous books include "The Labyrinth Makers" and "Other Paths to Glory", winner of the Crime Writers' Association's Gold Dagger.

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  • Price, Anthony: Tomorrow's Ghost
    Tomorrow's Ghost
    by Anthony Price
    ISBN 0445402377 (0-445-40237-7)
    Softcover, Warnery Books / The Mysterious Press

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    The ninth novel by the author, this was first published in 1979. His novels reflect his interest in history and archaeology and in particular in military history. His first novel "The Labyrinth Makers" won a Crime Writer's Association's Silver Dagger and "Other Paths to Glory" won a Gold Dagger.

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