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‘Granger has combined Ian Fleming, John Le Carré and Trevanian in one heady mix’ New York Times

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There wasn’t much that Tartakoff could offer Devereaux by way of paying for his passage to the West. There were a lot of risks in bringing over KGB defectors and the Russian was nothing special. Then he said he could get Thomas Crohan out as well. Devereaux passed the name onto Washington. The silence was deafening. Privately, the CIA was throwing a fit.

Thomas Crohan has officially been dead for forty years, and the big boys from Intelligence on both sides of the Atlantic (and behind the Iron Curtain) are determined that he will stay that way. Even if it means wiping out anyone who could prove otherwise.

And that, of course, includes Devereaux…

‘America’s best spy novelist’ – Ed McBain

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Genre: Fiction & Related Items / Thriller / Suspense / Espionage & Spy Thriller

On Sale: 17th July 2014

Price: £5.99

ISBN-13: 9781444793741

Reviews

America's best spy novelist
Ed McBain
Mr. Granger has combined Ian Fleming, John Le Carre and Trevanian in a heady mix
New York Times Book Review
A novelist of superb talent who has mastered the genre
Chicago Sun-Times
Everything a spy thriller needs - suspense, black humour and ambiguity right to the end
Publishers Weekly