William F. Buckley, Jr.'s Blackford Oakes novels now available as eBooks

We're thrilled to announce that we're now offering William F. Buckley's first ten Blackford Oakes novels in digital reading formats!

Buckley, a political commentator and founder of the magazine National Review, based the rules-bound CIA agent Oakes, who first appeared in Saving the Queen, on his own CIA experiences. The series was widely-praised. 

“Rollickingly ribald . . . Consistently witty.” —Los Angeles Times Book Review

“A breezy adventure . . . Smartly plotted . . . A spy novel that knows how to tango.” —The Village Voice

“A mixture of wit, charm and audaciousness that could have been blended only in the Buckleyan brainpan. I devoured his novel in a single sitting.” —The New York Times

“Some of the best spy fictions in print.” —UPI.com

“Buckley brings us face to face with possibilities lurking behind our real headlines.” —San Francisco Chronicle on See You Later, Alligator

“Buckley has a genuine talent for fiction.” —John Kenneth Galbraith, author of American Capitalism

“Buckley’s main purpose is to entertain; he’s erudite and stylish and witty and sly.” —The Village Voice

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