And the Wolf Shall Dwell

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Format paperback 129mm x 198mm 224pp

ISBN: 978-1-911438-19-9


A Gripping contemporary Espionage Thriller

Imagine being knocked over by a strange man on a cold London morning…
The man delivers a garbled message about the Queen…
Moments later he falls under the wheels of a train…
The media calls it suicide, but you know better – something doesn’t quite add up…

That was the start of the day for John Daniel, a foreign professional working in the City of London.
Meanwhile, retired MI6 agent Adam Grey receives a call from an old informant: “Your service is rotten…

Soon Adam is dragged out of retirement, and John is dragged into the murky world of international espionage, politics, and jihadi terrorism.
An intense and explosive thriller that hits frighteningly close to the truth for a work of fiction.

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Average Amazon rating of 4.4 stars on Amazon from 50+ reviews

3.93 stars on Goodreads from 76 ratings

Common criticisms: complex plot, difficult to follow. Common praise: gripping, intense, couldn’t put it down, pacey, similar to John Le Carre, great debut.


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Dimensions 198 × 152 × 30 mm

1 review for And the Wolf Shall Dwell

  1. Yasmine Messaoud

    I come across this on Amazon recommendations and I’m so glad I did! It’s been a long while since I picked up a book that had me turning the pages quite as eagerly! Look forward to seeing more from this author – hopefully a sequel!

  2. Oliver Tooley

    Glad you enjoyed it, and thank you so much for taking the time to come here and comment. I hope you also reviewed it on Amazon.
    Yes, a sequel is in the works although we have no date for publication as yet. Joni works in the City of London and has a young family, so writing is something that happens when he has the time.
    Much as we would love to set him a deadline for a sequel that’s not how Blue Poppy works.
    Thank you again for your comments.

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