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The commodity of human beings 24 Mar. 2006
By Christopher Gwyn - Published on Amazon.com
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In this, Bill Granger's 5th "November Man" novel, he has come up with a unique story centering on the white slave trade. Eastern European women are being forcibly used as spys by the Soviets to ensure the safety of family members behind the Iron Curtain. In the last book, "the British Cross", R Section operative Devereaux aka "November" was lured out of retirement to talk to a possible Soviet defector and caused great grief to the Russians. Now an open-ended contract on his life has been issued by the KGB, so Devereaux is being "reprocessed" by the NSA and is hiding out. Desperate to obtain his whereabouts, the Russians find out about his only living relative, a Great-Aunt living in Chicago. After clumsily trying to find out where he is through her, she sends him a letter through Government channels which causes Deveroux to go to Chicago to find out what is going on. While there he stumbles upon a group of desperate refugees, women from Eastern Europe, who in exchange for their freedom in the West have contracted to serve as maids in private homes, laboratories, and offices. Who wrote their contracts? November asks. Whom do they really serve? The answer lies in the links-amoral and paradoxical-between the worlds superpowers. The trail leads to a man in Switzerland who is the key to The Zurich Numbers. With an uneasy alliance between Devereaux and former KGB agent turned unwilling defector, Denisov, they attempt to end the plight of these poor women. With an exciting build up to a rousing conclusion, Bill Granger's unique Anti-Hero does what must be done.
Always entertaining 10 Mar. 2015
By SC - Published on Amazon.com
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Started reading The November Man series in anticipation of the movie. Movie was entertaining, nothing spectacular, but the books have been terrific so far. Truly well written and engaging.
Three Stars 6 Sept. 2014
By Karol Love - Published on Amazon.com
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I was expecting more from Bill Granger. I was expecting more from the character portrayed as the November Man.
Four Stars 26 Sept. 2014
By G. M. Mouse - Published on Amazon.com
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Not his best work. A little slow and pedantic at times
Four Stars 11 Mar. 2015
By Madeline L. - Published on Amazon.com
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Good read.
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