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Publisher's Summary

"I've been a scoundrel, a thief, a blackmailer, and a whore, but never a murderer. Until now...."
The year is 1929. As the world teeters on the brink of a global recession, Bletchley Park plays host to a rather special event. MI5 is celebrating its 20th anniversary, and a select band of former and current employees are gathering for a weekend of music, dance, and heavy drinking. Among them is Sir Hilary Manningham Butler, a middle-aged woman whose entire adult life has been spent masquerading as a man. She doesn't know why she has been invited - it has been many years since she left the secret service - but it is clear she is not the only one with things to hide. And when one of the other guests threatens to expose her secret, the consequences could prove disastrous for everyone.
©2014 Jack Treby (P)2015 Jack Treby
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By kate on 07-26-15

Awesome story tho not about Bletchley!

Would you listen to The Scandal at Bletchley again? Why?

I'm a history buff-I love to learn about little-known war stories. Bletchley Park is a building in the UK where Allies (WW2) deciphered Axis' militaryt codes. Though this story is fun and involves a scandal, it has nothing to do with miltary. It is a fun wicked story though.

What was one of the most memorable moments of The Scandal at Bletchley?

My favorite part of the story was the party where the murders occur. There are several characters and twists and turns, and the way in which Sir Hillary's "secret" is revealed.

What does Jack Treby bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you just read the book?

I thought Jack Treby was fantastic. I could listen to him all day long.

Any additional comments?

I received this audio book in exchange for an unbiased review via Audible.

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7 of 7 people found this review helpful


By Virginia Waldron on 08-01-15

Loved This Book

There are delicious twists and turns in this mansion mystery. The author narrated the book really well. I couldn't stop listening to this story. Great escapism.

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5 of 5 people found this review helpful

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By Ruth P on 08-14-15

Gripping tale that keeps you guessing all the way

This is an intriguing story with a fast pace and a few surprises along the way. The story is narrated by it's main character Sir Hilary Manningham Butler, who has been invited to Bletchley Park - in the days when it was a private residence - for a celebration of the 20 year anniversary of MI5 and he is not the only guest to be keeping a secret...

The ending of the book leaves things wide open for a sequel and I'd love to read more stories featuring this cast of characters.

I received this audio book in exchange for an unbiased review via Audible.

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By Amazon Customer on 11-24-17

Not good

This had potential, but a very bland style, to a meh story coupled with an awful performance adds up to a waste of money.

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