Reunion by Tim Stevens

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From the author of RATCATCHER, OMEGA DOG and SEVERANCE KILL comes a chilling Cold War spy thriller of betrayal, intrigue and catastrophe in a world that may well have come to pass...

"...[A] gripping, chilling read... a spectacularly horrible twist..." - Philip Challinor, Amazon reviewer

Cologne, 1974. East Germany's most celebrated opera diva, the Butterfly, is giving a rare performance in the West. The head of the British Secret Service intends to help her defect, and thereby pull off one of the biggest propaganda coups of the Cold War.

Except the Butterfly is a KGB agent, and her 'defection' is designed to infiltrate her into the highest levels of British Intelligence. The Service's deputy head knows this, and sends Michael Reece, a veteran agent, to stop her from coming across. But Reece finds himself up against a figure from his past who had a profound influence on the man he is today.

And not necessarily in a positive way...

REUNION is a 20,000-word novella about fear, betrayal and the moral murkiness of Cold War politics, and a psychological suspense story exploring the potentially far-reaching consequences of childhood enmity.
 

About Tim Stevens

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Tim Stevens was born in London and grew up in Johannesburg. He lives in west Essex, England, with his wife and daughters, and works as a doctor in the National Health Service. His debut novel is the acclaimed thriller Ratcatcher, and his espionage novella Reunion and novelette Snout are also available.Delivering Caliban, the sequel to Ratcatcher, will be published in November 2012.
 
Published May 31, 2012 83 pages
Genres: Political & Social Sciences, Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction, Science Fiction & Fantasy. Fiction

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