The Hour of the Donkey

The Hour of the Donkey by Anthony Price

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Anthony Price (English Anthony Price, August 16, 1928, Hertfordshire, England) - English writer, author of spy thrillers. Price attended The King`s School, Canterbury, and served in the British Army from 1947 to 1949, rising to the rank of captain. After the army, he studied at Merton College, Oxford, graduating in 1952 with a Master`s degree. From 1952 to 1988, Price was a journalist for the Westminster Press and editor of the Oxford Times from 1972 to 1988.

Price wrote nineteen novels in the series about Dr.

David Audley / Colonel Jack Butler. These works tell the story of a group of agents working in an organization that was inspired by MI5. Price`s fictional intelligence service has much more to do with British intelligence. The action in the novels takes place in "real" time, so the characters change and develop with each new episode. The time gap between the first and the last novel is approximately twenty years. Some of the novels focus on Audley and Butler`s early years...

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Anthony Price (English Anthony Price, August 16, 1928, Hertfordshire, England) - English writer, author of spy thrillers. Price attended The King`s School, Canterbury, and served in the British Army from 1947 to 1949, rising to the rank of captain. After the army, he studied at Merton College, Oxford, graduating in 1952 with a Master`s degree. From 1952 to 1988, Price was a journalist for the Westminster Press and editor of the Oxford Times from 1972 to 1988. Price wrote nineteen novels in the series about Dr. David Audley / Colonel Jack Butler. These works tell the story of a group of agents working in an organization that was inspired by MI5. Price`s fictional intelligence service has much more to do with British intelligence. The action in the novels takes place in "real" time, so the characters change and develop with each new episode. The time gap between the first and the last novel is approximately twenty years. Some of the novels focus on Audley and Butler`s early years during World War II. The plots are unusual in that they are in one way or another connected with the most important events in military history.