SPY HOOK by Len Deighton, Alfred A. Knopf, First Edition, First printing, 1988. Once a field agent in the dangerous byways of Eastern Europe, and now relegated to an administrative backwater at London Central, Samson, (Our Hero) has become, in his own words, "the dogsbody who got the jobs that no one else wanted." But now he's got something else as well: information that he might be better off not knowing - information about a huge financial scam that has erupted within the Service. Millions of pounds have disappeared. And what Samson learns is so confounding that he cannot resist pursuing it far beyond the tight perimeters of the official investigation. This is Part ONE of a THREE Part Series, HOOK, LINE & SINKER. I Enjoyed all three! This novel is about an English Intelligence agent who cracks a case involving fellow members of his own organization. High Espionage at its very best!
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Published January 1, 1989
Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction, Business & Economics.