Blackford Oakes is Yale's answer to James Bond. In this Cold War thriller, Oakes is sent abroad to penetrate England's royal circle and save the new Queen, after the CIA traces the leak of vital military secrets directly to the Queen's chambers. "A spy novel that knows how to tango."-Village Voice
William F. Buckley Jr. was born on November 24, 1925 in New York, New York and lived until February 27, 2008. William F. Buckley Jr. is best known for his popular audio book God and Man at Yale: The Superstitions of Academic Freedom. The Unabridged version of this bestselling audio book is read by the well-known audio book narrator Michael Edwards. Though it's his most popular audio book among our customers, A Very Private Plot is the oldest audio book in our collection, which was added to our catalog in 1999. AudiobookStore.com features more than 81 hours of audio listening, with 9 audiobooks for you to choose from, including William F. Buckley Jr.'s latest release: God and Man at Yale: The Superstitions of Academic Freedom. We carry a wide selection of Mysteries & Thrillers audio books, including a great selection from William F. Buckley Jr., so customers can easily find a title that they will surely enjoy by this favored author. For a complete list of titles from William F. Buckley Jr., head over to his audio book page: William F. Buckley Jr. audiobooks.