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Having recently discovered the author, I am having great pleasure working my way through his books. Harry Tate is back here, working as a tracker for the intelligence services.
Soldiers are going AWOL and those with military information are being sought by an organisation of ex-soldiers in order to sell that intelligence. Harry is brought in to track down a female officer who may have had access to the biggest secrets of them all, can he find her before the bad guys do? Nothing is what it seems and old friends and foes make an appearence to complicate things It is all very well having a good set of characters but you need clever plots to work around them, and this one is very clever and I am surprised nobody has done it before.
Mr Magson continues to impress, as does Harry Tate. Format: Kindle Edition Verified Purchase. Another Gripping book from Adrian Magson. Book 4 now bought too!!
Editorial Reviews. Review. "Magson offers up his usual taut, keep-'em-guessing thriller packed Deception (A Harry Tate Thriller Book 3) by [Magson, Adrian]. "Magson offers up his usual taut, keep-'em-guessing thriller packed with action and unexpected twists, and guaranteed to keep espionage aficionados on the.
Format: Hardcover. Another good spy thriller, the third outing for Harry Tate. Plenty of twists and turns, with action and suspense. A familiar set of characters return to be challenged, placed in danger, double crossed and left for dead.
Leaves the reader wanting more! See all 4 reviews. Most helpful customer reviews on Amazon. I am writing back to back reviews today, of the three "Harry Tate" novels which I have now completed.
I am now totally hooked on this series and have started his fourth book "Retribution". Then Harry and Rik are hired to find an Army Lt. Another intriguing and gripping tale. I encourage readers in the US to read an Adrian Magson novel and pass the word that here is an author well worth reading.
Harry and his friend Rik computer genius were given the task of finding British personnel that had walked away from the intelligence world and we're now trying to sell their information of the British Government to the top bidder. What Harry Tate and Rik run into is an organized group who were trying to collect all the "walkers" to extract information from them and then eliminate them.
The big threat came when they found that Harry's old boss who was an MI6 Operator was running the organized group, when he himself had disappeared. Exciting, lots of action, lots of twists and turns and deception from the boss who was directing him now.
This is my third Harry Tate thriller and it shall be my last. Repetitive and sloppy. All these British renegades and traitors in sensitive positions, and our two heroes living to tell another tale.
It is not clear what they actually live on by the way. Adrian has written a series of fun books about a background cover for other operatives in the field - he frequently saves their backsides Amazon convinced me to buy Execution in this series and I was hooked. A definite high quality series of thrillers with believable plots and well developed characters. As Sylvia knows only too well, such items can be sold, if you know the right people to approach. But the paranoia of her former profession is working against her.
A sound outside brought her head up, fear clutching at her breast. He shuffled down the foul smelling stairs in the darkness each morning, on his way to the refinery where he worked as a clerk. Like the few who had jobs here, he started early and finished late, eager to work punishing hours for next to nothing, since earning nothing was simply to fade and die. As the footsteps receded, she wondered what Ulf would say.
Her brother was a doctor, although not the kind who could help her. An army medic for many years, he knew a lot about battle wounds but precious little about cancerous growths caused by the toxic air which attacked you as you breathed. But with his part-time job at the hospital, he knew people he could ask … people with access to drugs which help manage the pain she is suffering with increasing regularity.
She reached over and picked up the mobile phone, and brushed off a thin smear of mud, where old Wilhelm had handled it. He had come straight round after his walk and woken her up, pounding on the door as if his life depended on it. We can share in whatever he gets. To Wilhelm, that meant they had contacts … people who knew things.
History is history, he often said pragmatically, best forgotten.