N or M? Paperback
Tommy & Tuppence are hired to track down wartime spies at a seaside resort...It is World War II, and while the RAF struggles to keep the Luftwaffe at bay, Britain faces an even more sinister threat from `the enemy within' - Nazis posing as ordinary citizens.With pressure mounting, the Intelligence service appoints two unlikely spies, Tommy and Tuppence Beresford.
Their mission: to seek out a man and a woman from among the colourful guests at Sans Souci, a seaside hotel.
But this assignment is no stroll along the promenade.
After all, N and M have just murdered Britain's finest agent...
- Format: Paperback
- Pages: 304 pages
- Publisher: HarperCollins Publishers
- Publication Date: 02/01/2001
- Category: Classic crime
- ISBN: 9780007111459
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Review by riverwillow
Tommy and Tuppence, whose not supposed to be there, travel to the seaside to catch German Spies during WWII. I just can't get into these characters as they are so annoying and just stumble on the truth rather than solving anything, even so its an interesting story.
Review by BookConcierge
Audiobook performed by James Warwick<br/><br/>Book # 3 in the Tommy and Tuppence series has our couple bemoaning the fact that they’ve been basically put out to pasture. They recall how very successful they were in ferreting out spies during the Great War (i.e. WW I), and bemoan the fact that their government seems not to want to use them this time around. Ah, but there is a small job that Tommy might help with. There is no role for Tuppence, but you can’t expect her to take THAT lying down!<br/><br/>Tommy and Tuppence are quite the pair, but the books are definitely dated. Still the intrigue is there and I was kept guessing right up to the end. Christie throws in several red herrings, a colorful cast of characters, some near misses and definite danger to keep the plot moving at a fast pace and the reader off balance. <br/><br/>James Warwick does a fine job narrating the audio version. <br/>