The Moroccan Girl

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Product Details

Price
$17.99  $16.55
Publisher
St. Martin's Griffin
Publish Date
Pages
368
Dimensions
5.5 X 0.9 X 8.2 inches | 0.7 pounds
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9781250129963
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About the Author

CHARLES CUMMING is the author of the Alec Milius books and the Thomas Kell books, A Foreign Country, A Colder War, and A Divided Spy, as well as the New York Times bestselling thriller The Trinity Six and others. He lives in London.

Reviews

Another winner from the superbly talented Cumming. --Booklist (starred review)

"Seduces with its romantic settings and tantalizing touches of modern-day conspiracy." --Kirkus Reviews

"Cumming is a terrific stylist with a great sense of place." --Publishers Weekly

"Well-written and suspenseful." --Washington Times

"Nobody writes more enjoyable spy thrillers than Charles Cumming. --Anthony Horowitz, New York Times bestselling author

"Recommended. I read it in one breathless sitting." --Ian Rankin, bestselling author of the Inspector Rebus series

"Lift the lid off Cumming's novel The Moroccan Girl and breathe in an exotic tagine stew, redolent of murderous international conspiracy, assassination, kidnapping, and a beautiful dangerous woman, set against the colorful matchstick mosaic of Marrakesh. Another Cumming triumph."--Jason Matthews, bestselling author of The Kremlin's Candidate and Red Sparrow

"I have been a fan of Charles Cumming ever since A Spy by Nature, and The Moroccan Girl is up there with the best--full of thrills, wit and fine writing, with a plot and themes that might have been taken from today's headlines. Writer/spy Kit Carradine is a thoroughly engaging protagonist, and I look forward to meeting him again. Superb espionage fiction." --Peter Robinson, bestselling author of the Inspector Alan Banks series

Praise for
A Divided Spy:

A gripping tale of revenge, betrayal and the personal price that spying exacts. --People magazine

"A smart, nuanced, readable tale, reminiscent of Olen Steinhauer or Robert Littell...Cumming has mastered the texture and language of espionage...[A Divided Spy is] a fine specimen of a genre headed back toward the Kremlin." --USA Today

"Breathtaking...suspenseful...Kell brings a note of grace to the treacherous world of the spy novel. --Washington Post

"Agent Kell is hell-bent on revenge -- but his quest ends up endangering Britain's national security. Classic spy fiction at its best." --New York Post, "Must Reads"

"Cumming writes with ruefully brittle intelligence and keeps the twists coming." --Kirkus Reviews