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Dinner Club

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In Dinner Club, Sapper takes us on a thrilling journey through the hidden world of espionage and intrigue. The story follows a group of friends who meet regularly for dinner, but soon find themselves embroiled in a dangerous game of cat and mouse as they uncover a covert plot that threatens their very lives.

Sapper's writing is fast-paced and engaging, keeping the reader on the edge of their seat throughout the entire novel. The characters are well-developed and relatable, each with their own unique quirks and motivations that drive the story forward.

The plot twists and turns are unexpected and keep you guessing until the very end. Sapper does a fantastic job of building tension and suspense, making it impossible to put the book down.

Overall, Dinner Club is a gripping and entertaining read that will satisfy fans of spy thrillers and mystery novels alike. I highly recommend it to anyone looking for a thrilling and engrossing story.

Book Description:
Herman Cyril McNeile, better known as Sapper, was one of England’s most popular fiction writers during the period between World Wars I and II. He was a soldier, and his early writings mostly concerned war and the way war influenced the lives of his main characters. Because British officers were prohibited from publishing under their own names, he used the pseudonym Sapper. His best known works are ten thrillers featuring Bulldog Drummond.

Sapper also wrote a great many other novels and short stories. The Dinner Club begins with each of six men, the members of the club, telling a gripping story that relates specifically to his particular line of work . All but one of the chapters that follow feature different characters. Yet to greater and lesser degrees they develop themes introduced in the first half of the book by the members of The Dinner Club. - Summary by Kirsten Wever

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