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Super! WWI Spy thriller. Also VII of Pagan cycle. SEL ( )
  sterlingelanier | Nov 22, 2012 |
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Amazon.com Amazon.com Review (ISBN 0786703989, Hardcover)

Michael Gilbert, voted a Grand Master by the Mystery Writers of America and his native Britain, has written fine books about crime and espionage set in all periods of the 20th century. Into Battle is a wonderfully rich and exciting story which begins just before World War I, as London policeman Luke Pagan joins a brand new intelligence agency and goes into battle against a much better organized and funded legion of German spies. More vintage Gilbert in paperback include The Crack in the Teacup, Ring of Terror, and Roller-Coaster.

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A World War I spy tale featuring Luke Pagan, a policeman who joins the British counter-intelligence service. The novel follows him dismantling a German ring, spying on British fleet movements. By the author of Ring of Terror.

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