New York Station


Product Details

Blackstone Publishing
Publish Date
6.3 X 1.5 X 9.0 inches | 1.5 pounds
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About the Author

Lawrence Dudley has had a variety of careers--a blessing for any author. He was the assistant curator of a museum, worked for a radio telescope observatory, and for several years was the lead reviewer and feature writer for the Saratogian newspaper covering the Saratoga Performing Arts Center and its resident companies, the New York City Ballet and the Philadelphia Orchestra. Dudley has also been a media and advertising consultant and a professional political campaign manager, including races for the New York State Legislature.


"Fast-paced and gritty, this WWII spy adventure is a thrilling ride from start to finish, thanks to a layered protagonist and thought-provoking relevance."

-- "Barnes&"

"A fast-paced and thrilling read...The conspiracy theories explored by Agent Hawkins are even more exciting when viewed in the context of our own government tensions, adding an extra level of intrigue...Hawkins' innermost feelings add tension and interest, playing well into the overall plot and inevitable surprise ending. A classic thriller full of twists and turns, New York Station is relevant and thought provoking."

-- "Foreword Reviews"

"A multifaceted protagonist who's a refreshing change from formulaic genre leads lifts this gritty spy thriller from Dudley."

-- "Publishers Weekly"

"This is a thrilling WWII spy adventure with a classic love-versus-duty story, robust characters, and a nice sense of time and place...A good, solid thriller."

-- "Booklist"

"Lane begins his narration of Dudley's exciting WWII spy thriller using the crisp, polished tone of a news broadcaster...Lane toughens his rendition, reflecting Hawkins' frustration and anger...[and] giving voice to gruff, guttural G-man Mike Kelly; W, MI6's genial, very British station chief; and dreary Nazi strongman Dieter. Both author and narrator combine to make Hawkins' battle with the Bund a thrilling and fast-paced entertainment."

-- "Publishers Weekly (audio review)"

"Dudley builds a fast-paced political thriller full of intrigue, with a mysterious and resourceful female lead and just enough twists to keep the reader honest. Based in part on actual events--which Dudley explores in the acknowledgement--New York Station is written in short, quick chapters perfect for a robust political thriller...The timeliness of the plot and the complex story make this a worthy read."

-- "Historical Novels Review"

"A World War II-era historical spy thriller with uncanny relevance to today's real-life political intrigue, based on the true story of the Nazis' attempt to intervene in the 1940 United States presidential election."

-- "BookRiot"

"A compelling World War II-era novel which very quickly leads the reader into a world of espionage, drama, and intrigue. New York Station has an authentic feel and the angle of Nazi sympathizers in the USA feels very timely. The story works its way to a strong ending, with a great twist at the very end."

-- "Alex Gerlis, author of the bestselling The Best of Our Spies and other World War II espionage novels"

"Dudley's novel [is] narrated with precision by Christopher Lane."

-- "AudioFile"