Games Traitors Play

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$39.99  $36.79
Publisher
St. Martins Press-3PL
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Pages
384
Dimensions
6.41 X 1.29 X 9.39 inches | 1.21 pounds
Language
English
Type
Hardcover
EAN/UPC
9780312644772
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About the Author

JON STOCK, a former Delhi correspondent for the London Daily Telegraph, writes a column for The Week magazine in India, and has contributed to BBC Radio 4. He is the author of Dead Spy Running as well as two previous novels. He lives in Wiltshire, UK.

Reviews

PRAISE FOR GAMES TRAITORS PLAY: "This is a 21st Century spy story that pulls no punches, is laced with treachery and deceit and allies high adventure with high technology in a seamless way."--"Northern Echo "(UK) ""Dead Spy Running" launched Marchant with a brilliant contest between sweaty and cerebral thriller styles. Round two is more tense as Stock ramps up his cynical relish for the complexity with which 'allies' in the war on terror wage war on each other."--"The Telegraph "(UK) "A thriller with sufficient red-herrings to keep you busy trying to outguess the hero and the villains."--"The Aucklander "(NZ) Praise for DEAD SPY RUNNING:

"Dead Spy Running is a rip-roaring race of a read that never lets up until the finishing tape - and a bit beyond."--ROBERT GODDARD

"As elegant as Le Carre and as cynical as the twenty-first century ... exactly what we need from a spy novel now."--LEE CHILD"The sophistication of John Le Carre or David Ignatius...this is a Jason Bourne sweat
Praise for GAMES TRAITORS PLAY: "This is a 21st Century spy story that pulls no punches, is laced with treachery and deceit and allies high adventure with high technology in a seamless way."--"Northern Echo "(UK) ""Dead Spy Running" launched Marchant with a brilliant contest between sweaty and cerebral thriller styles. Round two is more tense as Stock ramps up his cynical relish for the complexity with which 'allies' in the war on terror wage war on each other."--"The Telegraph "(UK) "A thriller with sufficient red-herrings to keep you busy trying to outguess the hero and the villains."--"The Aucklander "(NZ) "Stock brings European spy thrillers into the 21st century, adapting his story and narrative to meet the raised expectations of a tech-aware generation that relies heavily on realism, even in fiction."--"Express Buzz "(India) Praise for DEAD SPY RUNNING:

"Dead Spy Running is a rip-roaring race of a read that never lets up until the finishing tape - and a bit beyond."--R
Praise for "Games Traitors Play"

""Dead Spy Running" launched Marchant with a brilliant contest between sweaty and cerebral thriller styles. Round two is more tense as Stock ramps up his cynical relish for the complexity with which 'allies' in the war on terror wage war on each other." --"The Telegraph "(UK)

"This is a twenty-first century spy story that pulls no punches, [it] is laced with treachery and deceit, and allies high adventure with high technology in a seamless way." --"Northern Echo "(UK) "A thriller with sufficient red-herrings to keep you busy trying to outguess the hero and the villains."--"The Aucklander "(NZ) "Stock brings European spy thrillers into the 21st century, adapting his story and narrative to meet the raised expectations of a tech-aware generation that relies heavily on realism, even in fiction."--"Express Buzz "(India)
"Espionage action at its best." --"The Daily Telegraph "(UK)
"A complex thriller about the search for a 'most wanted' terrorist." --"Kirkus Reviews" Praise for "Dead Spy Running: "

"A rip-roaring race of a read that never lets up." --Robert Goddard
"Twisty and relentless. Stock has brought the literary spy novel into the twenty-first century."
--"Portsmouth Herald
""An elegant, unstoppable front runner of a spy thriller." --"The Observer" (UK)
"As elegant as le Carre and as cynical as the twenty-first century...Exactly what we need from a spy novel now." --Lee Child"The sophistication of John le Carre or David Ignatius...this is a Jason Bourne sweat-fest with George Smiley's brain." --"Daily Telegraph"
"Picks up more or less where le Carre left off." --"The""Guardian
"
"A compelling thriller." --"The Sunday Times"
"Its deliciously John Buchan-like hero could be chasing the 39 steps." --"Daily Mail"
"As strong as Bourne, as clever as Bond, but with a voice set for Generation Next, Jon Stock has done the impossible in Daniel Marchant and created THE new spy." -
Praise for "Games Traitors Play"

"In Stock's smart second thriller starring the MI6 agent ... the crosses--double, triple, and beyond--will set readers' heads spinning."--"Publishers Weekly" (starred review)

""Dead Spy Running" launched Marchant with a brilliant contest between sweaty and cerebral thriller styles. Round two is more tense as Stock ramps up his cynical relish for the complexity with which 'allies' in the war on terror wage war on each other." --"The Telegraph "(UK)

"This is a twenty-first century spy story that pulls no punches, [it] is laced with treachery and deceit, and allies high adventure with high technology in a seamless way." --"Northern Echo "(UK) "A thriller with sufficient red-herrings to keep you busy trying to outguess the hero and the villains."--"The Aucklander "(NZ) "Stock brings European spy thrillers into the 21st century, adapting his story and narrative to meet the raised expectations of a tech-aware generation that relies heavily on realism, even in fiction."--"Express Buzz "(India)
"Espionage action at its best." --"The Daily Telegraph "(UK)
"A complex thriller about the search for a 'most wanted' terrorist." --"Kirkus Reviews" Praise for "Dead Spy Running: "

"A rip-roaring race of a read that never lets up." --Robert Goddard
"Twisty and relentless. Stock has brought the literary spy novel into the twenty-first century."
--"Portsmouth Herald
""An elegant, unstoppable front runner of a spy thriller." --"The Observer" (UK)
"As elegant as le Carre and as cynical as the twenty-first century...Exactly what we need from a spy novel now." --Lee Child"The sophistication of John le Carre or David Ignatius...this is a Jason Bourne sweat-fest with George Smiley's brain." --"Daily Telegraph"
"Picks up more or less where le Carre left off." --"The""Guardian
"
"A compelling thriller." --"The Sunday Times"
"Its deliciously John Buchan-like hero could be chasing the 39 steps." --"D
A rip-roaring race of a read that never lets up.--Robert Goddard on Dead Spy Running
As elegant as le Carre and as cynical as the twenty-first century Exactly what we need from a spy novel now.--Lee Child on Dead Spy Running"
As strong as Bourne, as clever as Bond, but with a voice set for Generation Next, Jon Stock has done the impossible in Daniel Marchant and created THE new spy.--Stephen Gaghan on Dead Spy Running
Smart, classy, and relentlessly gripping, Dead Spy Running grabs the reader and doesn't let go. I couldn't quit turning the pages -- like Daniel Marchant running the London marathon, I couldn't stop.--Meg Gardiner, author of China Lake, on Dead Spy Running

In Stock's smart second thriller starring the MI6 agent ... the crosses--double, triple, and beyond--will set readers' heads spinning. "Publishers Weekly (starred review)"

"Dead Spy Running" launched Marchant with a brilliant contest between sweaty and cerebral thriller styles. Round two is more tense as Stock ramps up his cynical relish for the complexity with which 'allies' in the war on terror wage war on each other. "The Telegraph (UK)"

This is a twenty-first century spy story that pulls no punches, [it] is laced with treachery and deceit, and allies high adventure with high technology in a seamless way. "Northern Echo (UK)"

A thriller with sufficient red-herrings to keep you busy trying to outguess the hero and the villains. "The Aucklander (NZ)"

Stock brings European spy thrillers into the 21st century, adapting his story and narrative to meet the raised expectations of a tech-aware generation that relies heavily on realism, even in fiction. "Express Buzz (India)"

Espionage action at its best. "The Daily Telegraph (UK)"

A complex thriller about the search for a 'most wanted' terrorist. "Kirkus Reviews"

A rip-roaring race of a read that never lets up. Robert Goddard on Dead Spy Running

Twisty and relentless. Stock has brought the literary spy novel into the twenty-first century. "Portsmouth Herald on Dead Spy Running"

An elegant, unstoppable front runner of a spy thriller. "The Observer (UK) on Dead Spy Running"

As elegant as le Carre and as cynical as the twenty-first century Exactly what we need from a spy novel now. Lee Child on Dead Spy Running

The sophistication of John le Carre or David Ignatius...this is a Jason Bourne sweat-fest with George Smiley's brain. "Daily Telegraph on Dead Spy Running"

Picks up more or less where le Carre left off. "The Guardian on Dead Spy Running"

A compelling thriller. "The Sunday Times on Dead Spy Running"

Its deliciously John Buchan-like hero could be chasing the 39 steps. "Daily Mail on Dead Spy Running"

As strong as Bourne, as clever as Bond, but with a voice set for Generation Next, Jon Stock has done the impossible in Daniel Marchant and created THE new spy. Stephen Gaghan on Dead Spy Running

Smart, classy, and relentlessly gripping, Dead Spy Running grabs the reader and doesn't let go. I couldn't quit turning the pages -- like Daniel Marchant running the London marathon, I couldn't stop. Meg Gardiner, author of China Lake, on Dead Spy Running"

"In Stock's smart second thriller starring the MI6 agent ... the crosses--double, triple, and beyond--will set readers' heads spinning." --Publishers Weekly (starred review)

"Dead Spy Running launched Marchant with a brilliant contest between sweaty and cerebral thriller styles. Round two is more tense as Stock ramps up his cynical relish for the complexity with which 'allies' in the war on terror wage war on each other." --The Telegraph (UK)

"This is a twenty-first century spy story that pulls no punches, [it] is laced with treachery and deceit, and allies high adventure with high technology in a seamless way." --Northern Echo (UK)

"A thriller with sufficient red-herrings to keep you busy trying to outguess the hero and the villains." --The Aucklander (NZ)

"Stock brings European spy thrillers into the 21st century, adapting his story and narrative to meet the raised expectations of a tech-aware generation that relies heavily on realism, even in fiction." --Express Buzz (India)

"Espionage action at its best." --The Daily Telegraph (UK)

"A complex thriller about the search for a 'most wanted' terrorist." --Kirkus Reviews

"A rip-roaring race of a read that never lets up." --Robert Goddard on Dead Spy Running

"Twisty and relentless. Stock has brought the literary spy novel into the twenty-first century." --Portsmouth Herald on Dead Spy Running

"An elegant, unstoppable front runner of a spy thriller." --The Observer (UK) on Dead Spy Running

"As elegant as le Carre and as cynical as the twenty-first century...Exactly what we need from a spy novel now." --Lee Child on Dead Spy Running

"The sophistication of John le Carre or David Ignatius...this is a Jason Bourne sweat-fest with George Smiley's brain." --Daily Telegraph on Dead Spy Running

"Picks up more or less where le Carre left off." --The Guardian on Dead Spy Running

"A compelling thriller." --The Sunday Times on Dead Spy Running

"Its deliciously John Buchan-like hero could be chasing the 39 steps." --Daily Mail on Dead Spy Running

"As strong as Bourne, as clever as Bond, but with a voice set for Generation Next, Jon Stock has done the impossible in Daniel Marchant and created THE new spy." --Stephen Gaghan on Dead Spy Running

"Smart, classy, and relentlessly gripping, Dead Spy Running grabs the reader and doesn't let go. I couldn't quit turning the pages -- like Daniel Marchant running the London marathon, I couldn't stop." --Meg Gardiner, author of China Lake, on Dead Spy Running

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