An interesting, unexpected thriller, this tries - and succeeds - to mix romance with the dark arts of espionage . . . Written with a flair for place and irony, it paints a very different portrait of the macho world of spooks than the one we're so often treated to, but is none the worse for that. Blessed with an edge-of-the-seat ending, Jenoff's third thriller is the antidote to Bond, leaving you stirred, if not shaken' DAILY MAIL ( 'Pam Jenoff has taken a new twist on the spy novel . . . if agent Jordan Weiss may not be exactly the next James Bond, . . . she may be a very credible, arguably more human, female alternative' THE TIMES)
Part thriller, part romance, Jenoff's story is a tidy package of secret financing, organised crime and a bit of stuff on the side' TIME OUT ( 'A thrilling story, imaginatively told' CHOICE)
Her best book yet . . . A credible and nail-biting story . . . The Officer's Lover is a real treat' LANCASHIRE EVENING POST ( '...a masterly job of blending romance, friendship, loyalty, greed, spies, the political ambitions of the rich and powerful, and a bit of shady World War II history into a suspenseful and multilayered novel' LIBRARY JOURNAL)
Read this if you love an edge-of-the-seat thriller with a dash of romance...a killer of a novel!' NW MAGAZINE ( 'An enjoyable, pacy thriller' HERALD SUN)
'...a masterly job of blending romance, friendship, loyalty, greed, spies, the political ambitions of the rich and powerful, and a bit of shady World War II history into a suspenseful and multilayered novel' LIBRARY JOURNAL 'A cool, contemporary romantic thriller' PUBLISHER'S WEEKLY 'This thriller delivers politics and plot' KIRKUS REVIEWS
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