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Reviews

'If his five 'Tom Cain' thrillers are David Thomas' big-budget Bourne movies, this first novel under his own name is his Third Man - dour, ethically complex and written in moody black-and-white' Telegraph.
Telegraph
'that Thomas keeps us intrigued and gently amused is proof of his skill' Guardian.
Guardian
'This is the first psychological thriller that Thomas has written under his own name - readers may be familiar with his very successful Tom Cain thrillers - and very good it is too' Daily Mail.
Daily Mail