This latest in Egletons remarkable Peter Ashton series drops you into a patiently developing terrorist plot. The onion begins to peel when a prominent publisher is murdered by a pair of British Jihad sympathizers bent on retrieving the galleys of a memoir written by an allegedly long dead member of the SIS.
This book has been brought to England from America by an ambitious young beauty bent on distinguishing herself as more than the gifted daughter of... Cry Havoc
St. Martin's, Aug 2003, 24.95, 352 pp.
Everyone employed by the British Secret Intelligence Service (SIS) is shocked by the suicide death of the head of the Asian Desk Bill Orchard. Representing SIS at the funeral is Will Landon who is accosted by the victim's sister-in-law claiming the Firm killed him and that just prior to his death SIS Deputy Director General Jill Sheridan visited him. Will reports the claim to his superior ...