With the brilliant Palace of Treason, CIA veteran Jason Matthews confirms his position as the most exciting spy writer alive. This is as good as it gets.
'Portrays the heart-pounding rhythms of on-the-street espionage better than any novelist in recent memory'
A young woman is cornered on a deserted boulevard.
Moments later she walks away, leaving her assailant for dead.
An elderly man walks into the American embassy with a story to tell.
The most unlikely of traitors is uncovered by the most dangerous of men.
A brilliant, unorthodox CIA agent must single-handedly connect the dots to stop an intricate house of cards from toppling in a cold war that's taken a terrifying new twist.
'The greatest ever female character in spy fiction'
'Superb. Enthralling. Shimmers with authenticity'
New York Times
'A dazzling thrill-filled journey across the globe'
'The best espionage novel you've ever read'
'Taut, fast paced and authentic. A great American spy novel'
'Sublime and sophisticated . . . a fast-paced thriller as noteworthy for its superior style as for its gripping depiction of a secretive world'
'The narrative bristles with reality'
'Matthews is the insider's insider. He knows the secrets. And he is also a master storyteller'
New York Times Book Review
'Thrilling, absorbing and brilliantly descriptive . . . you won't fail to be won over'
|Formát||12.9 x 19.8 cm|