Traitor's Kiss by Gerald Seymour

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Officially the Cold War is over. Between former enemies, the hand of friendship is exchanged in public. In private though, the intelligence war goes on...

An English trawler strays into Russian waters. When it returns, the captain has a package to deliver to British intelligence. For the next four years a high-ranked Russian naval officer, Viktor Archenko, passes valuable information to MI6. Suddenly the flow of information stops. His contacts in London know nothing about him but they know that he s under suspicion. The time has come to get him out. But a new breed plays the spy game now: men like Gabriel Locke. They have no interest in irrelevant Cold War sparring or the risk of a scandal. Only one veteran agent realizes that there is much more at stake than one man s life. With this latest tale of intrigue from perhaps today s preeminent writer of espionage fiction, readers are faced with a novelistic world that is as duplicitous, subtle, and as terrifyingly immediate as the headlines the world could wake up to tomorrow morning.

About Gerald Seymour

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Gerald Seymour spent fifteen years as an international television news reporter covering the Vietnam War, Ireland, the mUnich Olympics, Germany's Red Army, and Palestinian groups. He is the author of seventeen novels.
Published January 1, 2003 by BANTAM PRESS. 369 pages
Genres: History, Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction, Horror, Action & Adventure. Fiction

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The still clever Mowbray works up a rescue plan that recalls to action four exiled and disgraced commandos with nothing to lose except, possibly, the cynical careerist reluctantly along for the ride.

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