The Spy House: A Spycatcher Novel.
William Morrow, 2015 (2015)
Hardcover, CD, e-Book
Reviewed by Bob Walch
ormer M16-CIA operative Will Cochrane returns for another electrifying adventure in this fifth
novel. Having been dumped by both the British and Americans, Cochrane is now a free agent, but not for long.
he Israeli Ambassador to France has been assassinated in Paris and if the killers, reputedly Hamas operatives, are not apprehended there is a very good chance an invasion of Gaza, the Left Bank and Lebanon by Israel will ignite a world war.
hen four agents charged with determining who was responsible for the ambassador's death are gunned down in a safe house, the situation becomes even more precarious. It appears only one person can handle this assignment. Cochrane gets the nod and now it becomes a race to avert an international disaster as the superspy delves into his bag of tricks to determine who is behind the plot to begin a deadly, world-changing conflict.
aving spent five years in the British Secret Intelligence Service as a field operative, Matthew Dunn brings the type of authenticity to his fiction not usually found in this genre. His novels have generated a lot of interest and a wide audience of espionage aficionados who demand plausible plots and authentic characters.
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