How to Betray Your Country
James Wolff (Author)
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DescriptionPW STARRED REVIEW: "Brilliant sequel to 2018's Beside the Syrian Sea. James Wolff skillfully portrays an espionage agent on the verge of losing himself to his demons. This is spy fiction like no other." Publishers Weekly--------- April thriller of the Month: Wolff's examination of the crises of conscience caused by spying, however, make this a distinctly more thought-provoking novel than is customary in the genre. Turkish delight." The Times------- Disgraced British spy August Drummond is on his way to Istanbul when he sees a passenger throw away directions to a cemetery just moments before being arrested. August can't resist the temptation to go in his place. But when he comes face to face with a terrifying figure from Islamic State, he realizes he's about to confront the greatest challenge of his career...
Bitter Lemon Press
May 25, 2021
5.0 X 7.7 X 1.2 inches | 0.7 pounds
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About the Author
James Wolff was a British intelligence officer for over ten years before leaving to write spy novels. His first novel, Beside the Syrian Sea, was a Times Crime Book of the Month and an Evening Standard Book of the Year. It was the first of The Discipline Files trilogy. Of his second novel, How to Betray Your Country, Publishers Weekly wrote 'Brilliant sequel. This is spy fiction like no other.' The Man in the Corduroy Suit is the third in the series.