By Charles McCarry
'Arguably the best glossy American undercover agent story' -- manhattan occasions. 'Charles McCarry is the easiest smooth author with regards to intrigue - through the breadth of Alan Furst, through the fathom of Eric Ambler, through any measure' --P.J. O'Rourke
'Intelligent and enthralling... fantastically constructed... entirely convincing' -- Eric Ambler. 'Absorbing, intelligent... real entertainment' --New Yorker
'McCarry's thrillers relatively thrill, his political perception is praised via senior politicians and his erudition, adventure and solid writing flip secret agent tales into literature. McCarry and his dynamic alter-egos wipe the ground with the opposition' --Telegraph
About the Author
Charles McCarry is the writer, so much lately, of the severely acclaimed mystery 'Christopher's Ghosts'. His different much-praised novels comprise 'The Tears of Autumn', 'The final Supper' and 'Old Boys'. through the chilly struggle he used to be an intelligence officer working below deep hide in Europe, Africa and Asia.