'Better than John le Carre... perhaps the best ever' Lee Child.
'A grand master of espionage fiction' Guardian.
From the grandmaster of espionage fiction comes this tense new spy thriller. A young spy seeks to avenge his father's lonely death by punishing those responsible within the CIA.
He's a recruiter's dream: a doctorate in Islamic studies from a prestigious University, fluent in Arabic, Farsi, Hebrew and Pashto, single, discreet and ambitious. His father was a spy so he understands the rules. Don't ask questions, don't get impatient, learn to live with uncertainty.
But he's not as perfect as he seems. When his father died, penniless and friendless on the streets of Washington, he decided to seek out those who'd turned their backs.
A spy with no name can seek vengeance with ease; he's a shadow, a phantom, a spook. But can he bring down the CIA?
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