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Corpus: Tom Wilde, Book 1

    • Written by: Rory Clements
    • Narrated by: Adam Sims
    • Length: 11 hrs and 53 mins 
    • Delivery: Instant link to Download
    • Unabridged Audiobook
    • ASIN: B073X4RZMB
  • Release Date:01/08/2017
  • Publisher: Bolinda Publishing Pty Ltd
  • Publisher's Summary
  • This big canvas international spy thriller marks the beginning of a brilliant new direction for Rory Clements.

    1936. Europe is in turmoil. The Nazis have marched into the Rhineland. In Russia, Stalin has unleashed his Great Terror. Spain has erupted in civil war. In Berlin, a young Englishwoman evades the Gestapo to deliver vital papers to a Jewish scientist. Within weeks, she is found dead, a silver syringe clutched in her fingers.

    In an exclusive London club, a conspiracy is launched that threatens the very heart of government. When a renowned society couple with fascist leanings are found brutally murdered, a maverick Cambridge professor is drawn into a world of espionage he knows only from history books. The deeper Thomas Wilde delves, the more he finds to link the murders with the girl with the silver syringe - and even more worryingly to the scandal surrounding the Abdication....

    ©2017 Rory Clements (P)2017 Bolinda Publishing Pty Ltd

    What the Critics Say

    "Rich in deceptions and intrigue...a standout historical novel and spy thriller." (The Daily Express)

    "Rory Clements's timely spy thriller set in the 1930s evokes a period of political polarisation, mistrust and simmering violence. Corpus is fast-paced and there are plenty of red herrings to keep you guessing." (The Times)