Deception by Adrian Magson
(Harry Tate)

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The explosive new Harry Tate thriller - Former MI5 officer Harry Tate’s skill at tracking down runaways is second to none – and the Security Services need his help. When MI6 ask him to trace Vanessa Tan, a lieutenant with the Royal Logistics Corps who failed to report for her return flight to Afghanistan, Harry instinctively feels it's a mission to avoid. But when he learns of the involvement of his former boss, Henry Paulton - the man who tried to have him killed - he agrees to take the job, and events soon take an unexpected turn . . .

About Adrian Magson

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ADRIAN MAGSON began writing short fiction and features for women 's magazines, contributing over the years to publications in the UK, US, Scandinavia, Japan and Australia. As well as writing comedy material and stories for BBC radio, he also turned to writing crime thrillers, and was shortlisted for the Crime Writers Association Debut Dagger Award. Since then he has gone on to have several crime thrillers published and is a regular contributor to Writing Magazine.
Published October 1, 2012 by Severn House Digital. 256 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction, Horror. Fiction

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Harry Tate is a former MI5 (domestic security) officer asked by MI6 (overseas security) to track down Vanessa Tan, an apparent military deserter with access to highly sensitive national secrets.

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Near the outset of Magson’s solid third thriller featuring former MI5 officer Harry Tate (after 2011’s Tracers), Harry, who’s just finished a freelance job involving an Iraqi terrorist, receives a call from MI6 officer Richard Ballatyne.

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