Genre: Fiction, mystery, suspense
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In 1960’s London, British Intelligence agent Peter Stoller is next in line to run the Agency—until he falls in love with cab driver, Charles, and his life goes off the road. When Charles is accused of treason, Peter is guilty by association. Peter manages to extract them both, but the seeds of doubt have been planted, putting Peter’s mind and heart at war. Is ignorance truly bliss or merely deadly?
Spies, politics, and love blend in this fresh and original story set in the 1960s.
Peter Stoller’s a good, dependable, and non-divisive agent, next in line to run the Agency. Then he falls for Charles, a cab driver, and, when Charles is accused of treason, Peter’s actions surprise them both. But then the doubts kick in…
Well-written, closely plotted, and tense, this was a highly enjoyable and very different take on the spy genre.
*I received a free copy from the author, via Rosie’s Book Review Team, in exchange for my honest review.