We’ll Meet Again by Bartle Bull audiobook

We’ll Meet Again

By Bartle Bull
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Blackstone Publishing

The Anton Rider Series: Book 4

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Written with what the New York Times has called, “Mr. Bull’s spirited, sensuous, hotblooded evocation of a rich and eventful historical world,” Bartle Bull’s We’ll Meet Again is a powerful romantic novel set in Egypt and Jugoslavia during World War II. It is 1942, and the American and British armies are landing in North Africa to fight the German army led by General Erwin Rommel. Underground resistance to German occupation is rising across Europe. In Jugoslavia, Communist and royalist resistance movements are fighting both the Germans and each other. American and British agents are parachuting into Jugoslavia from Egypt to assist them. Anton Rider, the safari hunter featured in Bull’s celebrated novels The White Rhino Hotel, A Café on the Nile, and The Devil’s Oasis, is dispatched to Jugoslavia to kill a brutal fascist commander and attack a Nazi concentration camp where Gypsies and others are being murdered. Raised as a boy by Gypsies in England, Anton is injured while parachuting into the mountains of Jugoslavia with an American agent who becomes his mortal enemy.      Meanwhile, Rider’s son is wounded fighting Rommel’s forces in North Africa, and Anton’s beloved wife, Gwenn, from whom he is separated, is having an affair in Cairo with a treacherous English officer. There the mysterious dwarf Olivio Alavedo is at the center of intrigue and fights to protect his absent friend, Anton Rider. After romantic and military adventures in Jugoslavia, Anton returns to Egypt, where he confronts his enemies and seeks to recover the lady he loves.

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Summary

Summary

Written with what the New York Times has called, “Mr. Bull’s spirited, sensuous, hotblooded evocation of a rich and eventful historical world,” Bartle Bull’s We’ll Meet Again is a powerful romantic novel set in Egypt and Jugoslavia during World War II.

It is 1942, and the American and British armies are landing in North Africa to fight the German army led by General Erwin Rommel. Underground resistance to German occupation is rising across Europe. In Jugoslavia, Communist and royalist resistance movements are fighting both the Germans and each other. American and British agents are parachuting into Jugoslavia from Egypt to assist them.

Anton Rider, the safari hunter featured in Bull’s celebrated novels The White Rhino Hotel, A Café on the Nile, and The Devil’s Oasis, is dispatched to Jugoslavia to kill a brutal fascist commander and attack a Nazi concentration camp where Gypsies and others are being murdered. Raised as a boy by Gypsies in England, Anton is injured while parachuting into the mountains of Jugoslavia with an American agent who becomes his mortal enemy.     

Meanwhile, Rider’s son is wounded fighting Rommel’s forces in North Africa, and Anton’s beloved wife, Gwenn, from whom he is separated, is having an affair in Cairo with a treacherous English officer. There the mysterious dwarf Olivio Alavedo is at the center of intrigue and fights to protect his absent friend, Anton Rider.

After romantic and military adventures in Jugoslavia, Anton returns to Egypt, where he confronts his enemies and seeks to recover the lady he loves.

Editorial Reviews

Editorial Reviews

“A genuine epic centered in Africa by a writer who knows how to write, who knows his terrain intimately, who knows his characters, and who knows how to spin a good yarn.” Forbes on The White Rhino Hotel

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Author

Author Bio: Bartle Bull

Author Bio: Bartle Bull

Bartle Bull is the author of the widely praised African novels The White Rhino Hotel, A Café on the Nile, and The Devil’s Oasis. He is a member of the Royal Geographical Society and the Explorers Club and was the publisher of the Village Voice.

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Available Formats : Digital Download, Digital Rental, CD, MP3 CD
Category: Fiction/Historical
Runtime: 12.06
Audience: Adult
Language: English