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by Simon Jones,Dagmara Dominczyk,Mitch Silver

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Read by Simon Jones and Dagmara Dominczyk. In 1964, James Bond's creator sealed a package containing a manuscript he thought no one would read until fifty years after his death.

Read by Simon Jones and Dagmara Dominczyk. Abridged Audio Download. As an officer in Britain's Naval Intelligence during World War II, Ian Fleming had his own adventures to recount, and a conscience to unburden.

Mitch Silver, Simon Jones (Narrator). Dagmara Domińczyk (Narrator). Mitch Silver’s In Secret Service is, despite some flaws, a clever and fun book. Amy Greenberg, an art history professor at Yale, learns she has inherited a safety deposit box in Ireland from her late grandfather. Inside, she finds an unpublished memoir by Ian Fleming, the creator of James Bond. The memoir reveals potentially explosive secrets about intrigue and treason in Britain at the highest levels. In his cover letter, Fleming tells Amy he knew her grandfather in the War, and wanted to p Mitch Silver’s In Secret Service is, despite some flaws, a clever and fun book.

6 7 5 Author: Mitch Silver Narrator: Simon Jones, Dagmara Dominczyk. His family ties and his career had taken him to the upper echelons of British and American society and espionage, the world of danger, betrayal, and deceit that he replicated in his famous James.

In Secret Service by Mitch Silver.

Domińczyk at her book signing in June 2013. Domińczyk was born in Kielce, the daughter of Aleksandra and Mirosław Domińczyk, a member of the Polish Solidarity movement. She moved with her family to New York City in 1983 as asylum seekers due to her parents' political associations (her father's involvement with Amnesty International and the Solidarity movement). She is the older sister. of actresses Marika Domińczyk and Veronika Domińczyk. In Secret Service by Mitch Silver.

Narrated by Simon Jones, Dagmara Dominczyk. In Secret Service is a historical mystery inside a contemporary thriller, a brand-new take on espionage suspense.

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Narrators Simon Jones and Dagmara Dominczyk alternate chapters to give a masterful performance that depicts WWII master spy and British Intelligence officer Ian Fleming and the contemporary Amy Greenburg. Jones narrates Fleming's story in a deep, resonant voice that fits the role of the adventurous spy. Dominczyk's youthful, lightly accented vocal talent gives Greenburg a textured, contemporary characterization. Trade Ed., Simon & Schuster Audio, 2007. Jones narrates FlemingÕs story in a deep, resonant voice that fits the role of the adventurous spy. DominczykÕs youthful, lightly accented vocal talent gives Greenburg a textured, contemporary characterization.

The book sets you off in the shoes of an American university Art teacher, Dr. .Mitch Silver is an advertising agency creative director who lives in Rye, New York. In Secret Service is his first novel. Библиографические данные. In Secret Service: A Novel.

The book sets you off in the shoes of an American university Art teacher, Dr Amy Greenburg, when she received a letter to head to Ireland to collect an unknown item, to b. Simon and Schuster, 2007. 1416546049, 9781416546047.

In secret service : a novel. by. Silver, Mitch, 1946-. London : Simon & Schuster. Fleming, Ian, 1908-1964, Windsor, Edward, Duke of, 1894-1972, Inheritance and succession, Manuscripts, World War, 1939-1945, Treason. inlibrary; printdisabled; ; americana. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Internet Archive Books. org on March 1, 2010.

Dagmara Dominczyk is a Polish-American actress best known for her role as Mercedes in the 2002 film The Count of Monte Cristo. She played Nancy in one episode of Suits. The Immigrant (2013). Higher Ground (2011). Helena from the Wedding (2010). Running with Scissors (2006). Lonely Hearts (2006). Trust the Man (2005). The Five People You Meet in Heaven (2004).

Inheriting Ian Fleming's long-lost account of his spy activities during World War II, young American academic Amy Greenberg finds herself targeted by unknown assailants and must race to finish the manuscript in order to save her life and reveal the actions of a traitor. A first novel. Simultaneous.

Comments: (7)

I very much wanted to read this book; however most chapters appear to include a copy of letters, news articles or other documents that are totally unreadable on any of my three Kindles, including a large screen DX. That is beyond frustrating, so I have to return my copy. Too bad.

7.30.15 update Changed my 2 star to 5 stars. Since the plot was so intriguing to me, I decided to order a hardbound copy. I was correct that the various additional documents were important for understanding the complete story and they are easy to read in the text copy of the book. Hope an editor learns that they need to somehow redo the documents for reading on the Kindle. The story is excellent, I enjoyed the writer's style and look forward to reading any other books he may have written [or will be writing in the future.]
This is a great read; suspenseful, intrigue, international mystery. This is a well written book, and Silver takes a different approach with the protagonist of the story switching from telling and describing the story and events to that of reading the newly recovered but old manuscript from I. Flemming, thought to hold damaging secrets regarding several governments, including the British and Russian counterparts. The story is skillfully unwound and set in place much like a methodical chess match. Great read, great on audio.
I am always looking for a new author and Mitch Silver could be good but fell far short of my expectations. The story was about WWII was interesting enough and he should have just stuck with that instead of bouncing back and forth from the past to the present. Just when he started to peek my interest he tore me to the present and the characters were flat and irritating. I usually don't put a book down but this one I had to walk away from. The best thing about the book is hopefully it will be recycled into something readable.
the man, ian fleming has been as intrguing,& totally interesting man, not all was knowen about him or his work.and was glad to see his character in a novel and should be used again as an on going character.but with a lot more fire. as for the story aboutthe duke of winsor,this has been told over & over on the history channel type t.v.shows.the duke of winsor,should have been stop by his country who didn't put any control on him to stop his actions.like put a hold on his bank(so he had to find work),take his passport.and make his action knowen to the people by newspaper.and like any man, he would have seen the court room for treson.and jail time or more.tell the end of the war.
but as i said this whole story has been knowen for many years.
i read the book in two setting,and didn't find it very good.but the character of ian fleming tailing other adventures would be great.like the time he was following the counter spy dusko povoff,the name as i remember,this was a time in the casino in madrid,spain. and fleming lost his money at the tables.and the spy knew he was tailing him and told of it in his book he wrote on his life,many years later. or the time he tryed interview the drunken german officer downtown london in WW2.
these would have worked better.again happy to see a book some what about fleming, the winsor story is over told by others. thank you, mr.noell.
It was OK. Purchased it because the my name is the same as the writer.
I wanted so much to like this first novel, I really did. So it was disappointing in the extreme when I realised I had reached well beyond page 100 without finding a single character, or plot development, I could care about. The fault lies, I think, in the rather elaborate (and thoroughly uninvolving) artifice of making half the book purport to be a previously unpublished manuscript by Ian Fleming which, in turn, purports to tell the true story of Wallis Simpson and the abdication of King Edward to marry "the woman (he) love(d)", and to tie it in with a plot of world intrigue that reaches to the death of Princess Di and beyond. Let's think on that for a second; a pastiche written in the style of Ian Fleming, a man who wrote some of the most style-less prose ever! To which we add some of the most boring human beings of the first half of the 20th century, a modern day heroine who not only claims to have little going for her, but sems intent on proving it, and chapter headings in the form of "official documents" that remind one of those old Denis Wheatley "Crime Dossiers"(but without the tensile fun) and one can see how a novel that must have sounded great in the pitch meeting, fails to live up to its own hype. And I did SO want it to.
In Secret Service: A Novel download epub
Thrillers & Suspense
Author: Simon Jones,Dagmara Dominczyk,Mitch Silver
ISBN: 0743562232
Category: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense
Subcategory: Thrillers & Suspense
Language: English
Publisher: Simon & Schuster Audio; Abridged edition (May 22, 2007)