Item description for Another Kind of War by Edward Bradley D....
The time: those grey years following the Second World War. Where it happens: in West Germany, Austria, at a castle in Czechoslovakia and in the UK. The story: Trooper Harry Lockwood is serving the last nine months of his National Service in the 5th Royal Tank Regiment in Germany. Harry's best friend from school days, known as 'the Captain,' is also in Germany. He has signed on as a 2nd Lieutenant in the Intelligence Corps. The two meet for a skiing holiday at a leave center in Austria. There, the Captain is drugged and kidnapped by a mysterious blond man and his obnoxious female assistant. They take him across the Iron Curtain to Czechoslovakia, where he is imprisoned in a strange castle. What do they want him for? Will he be executed or released? The story takes the reader on a roller coaster ride of excitement and romance from a bleak Cold War Europe to Britain, and back again.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.5" Width: 5.5" Height: 0.64" Weight: 0.8 lbs.
Release Date Feb 8, 2006
Publisher Tarbutton Press
ISBN 1933094079 ISBN13 9781933094076
Availability 59 units. Availability accurate as of May 22, 2017 07:45.
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Reviews - What do customers think about Another Kind of War?
Exciting tale of espionage, love, friendship in the Cold War Era Jun 26, 2006
This second book in a trilogy can easily stand alone, but knowing Harry and Captain from Harry's War added to the excitement. These characters were endearing as boys, and are eminently appealing as men.
Harry is now Trooper Harry Lockwood of the 5th Royal Tank Regiment. His best friend Captain has become Lt. Martin Bulman of the British Intelligence Corps. World War Two is over and the Cold War has begun with Harry on maneuvers in Occupied West Germany. His lover Jenny lives with relatives in Scotland. Both are lonely, forced to maintain a long distance relationship via mail and telephone. Harry and Captain have continued the close ties established as lads. A shared leave in the Austrian Alps ends a mystery when Captain unexpectedly disappears.
Captain has been drugged and transported behind the Iron Curtain by Communist operatives. For what purpose, no one knows at first. His jailer, Frau Kellerman, appears to be a hard-nosed agent but Captain eventually spots several large chinks in her armor. Intelligence is his forte, along with courage and a quick mind. He soon learns Frau Kellerman's true identity, followed by an unexpected turn of plot. Meanwhile, Captain's Commanding Officer has transferred Harry to his service because no one on earth knows how Captain's mind works better than Harry. Tips from a woman named Kristy Schneider help them track Captain to where he's being held in Czechoslovakia. The situation is desperate, once the truth is known. Captain is to be exchanged with an Eastern Bloc operative. If England does not cooperate, Captain will be executed.
Another Kind of War is fast paced and engaging from the start. Mr. Bradley has developed his characters quite effectively. Jenny has become a strong and loving source of stability for Harry during chaotic, frightening times. The fondness I felt for Harry and Captain in book one has become admiration and respect in book two. Bradley captures the feeling of time, place, and persona in exciting ways in this ongoing story of love, war, and friendship.