Cairo Code: A Thriller


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Howard Pub Co Inc
Publish Date
5.4 X 8.3 X 1.5 inches | 1.1 pounds

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About the Author

Glenn Meade was born in 1957 in Finglas, Dublin. His novels have been international bestsellers, translated into more than twenty languages, and have enjoyed both critical and commercial success.


"Terrific entertainment, a page-turner in the best tradition of thrillers. It's also unsettlingly plausible."--Campbell Armstrong
"This satisfying read includes a fast-paced plot, intriguing interpretations of historical fact, and characters forced to take a close look at their motives."--Publishers Weekly
"As in the author's previous World War II blockbusters, Brandenburg and Snow Wolf, former journalist Meade knows how to blend his copious historical research into an intriguing fictional frame."
"he neatly turned final twist... the Nazi-heavy plot, and its Hollywood-exotic Egyptian backdrop capture the softest part of the imagination, rendering the story absorbing."--Publishers Weekly
"Meade weaves well-developed characters into a complex plot that moves at a brisk pace. His vivid descriptions of the sights and sounds of Egypt made me feel like I was back at Sakkara."--San Francisco Examiner
"Compelling."--Raleigh News & Observer
"Meade captures the flavor of the era, the war and the people."--Daily Oklahoman
"A non-stop World War II thriller that will prove much enjoyment to fans of the sub-genre. The story line uses authentic events, which enhance the speed of the novel... Glenn Meade is quickly attaining a reputation for historical thrillers."--Midwest Book Review
"A sizzling read, packed with action, great characters, and adventure writing of the highest caliber."--Irish-American News
"A heart-wrenching tale of friendship, love and treachery set against the exotic and intriguing backdrop of wartime Egypt."--Sullivan County Democrat
"Ingenious ... [Meade] spins out this involving yarn with skill and clarity ... An outstanding premise!"--Publishers Weekly