Okewood Of The Secret Service

By: Valentine Williams
Published By: Double9 Books
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"Okewood of the Secret Service" by means of Valentine Williams is a thrilling novel that delves into the sector of espionage, adventure, and covert operations at some stage in World War I. The tale follows the protagonist, Richard Okewood, a British intelligence officer with a expertise for undercover work. Okewood becomes a pivotal parent in mystery carrier operations, navigating a panorama of problematic conspiracies and risk. As the Great War unfolds, Okewood undertakes perilous missions to gather intelligence, infiltrate enemy traces, and outmaneuver adversaries. The novel intricately weaves together Okewood's daring escapades, packed with suspense, near calls, and surprising alliances, as he strives to defend his u. S. A.'s hobbies. Williams' narrative expertly captures the anxiety and uncertainty of wartime espionage, showcasing Okewood's resourcefulness, courage, and strategic acumen. The novel no longer simplest portrays the high-stakes world of mystery missions however additionally delves into the human complexities and sacrifices of these involved in clandestine operations. "Okewood of the Secret Service" is a interesting portrayal of espionage, packed with movement, intrigue, and the relentless efforts of people like Okewood as they navigate the treacherous panorama of global espionage during a time of world conflict.

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Valentine Williams

George Valentine Williams was a reporter and popular fiction author who lived from 1883 to 1946. In 1883, Williams was born. He was the oldest son of Reuters's top editor. His brother and an uncle were also reporters. In 1905, when he was 21, he took over for Austin Harrison as the Reuters reporter in Berlin. He quit Reuters in 1908 to work for the Daily Mail, where he wrote stories from Paris and reported on the 1910 Portuguese revolution. At the start of World War, I, he was in the Balkans. In March 1915, he became one of the first official war reporters. Before they were officially allowed to, William Beach Thomas had been writing about the war for the Daily Mail. Williams took over when the British government gave up its opposition to reporters' presence in 1915. Roosevelt had warned the British government that restrictions on reporting were hurting public opinion in the US, so the British government gave up its resistance. Williams joined the Irish Guards in December 1915, and Beach Thomas filled in for him as a proper reporter in France. Williams was a fighter and won the Military Cross. He also wrote two autobiographies about his time in the war.

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Product Details

  • Publisher: Double 9 Books
  • Publishing Year: 2023
  • Language: English
  • Paperback: 242Pages
  • ISBN-10:9359959189
  • ISBN-13:9789359959184
  • Item Weight: 363g
  • Dimension : 216 x 140 x 13.5mm
  • Country of Origin : India
  • Importer: Double 9 Books
  • Packer: Double 9 Books
  • Book Type : Literary Criticism / Mystery & Detective