The name of the game is betrayal in this latest Matthew Dunn
thriller. Joint CIA-M16 operative Will Cochrane is totally
surprised to encounter a Russian spymaster he assumed was
dead. He is even more shocked when his superiors tell him
to keep his distance from the Russian.
his former nemesis moves against an individual Cochrane has
been assigned to protect, Cochrane says "enough is enough"
and he decides to return to the U.S. to discover what is going
the agent has stumbled upon a deep conspiracy which means
the path will be filled with danger and littered with bodies.
With both the bad guys and his own employers after him, Cochrane
is in for the ride of his life. If he is going to survive
he's going to have to outwit some very determined and crafty
adversaries, including one he thought he already killed years
is espionage fiction at its best with non-stop action and
a protagonist whom James Bond would be proud to have protecting
of other titles in this series
Dark Spies #5 [review
Spy House #7