Harry Tate is back! Now retired from M15, he is working freelance as a people finder. When asked to locate one Samuel Silverman, supposedly an Israeli professor, Harry & his associate, Rik Ferris (also late of M15) find themselves chasing shadows, & everyone else, except the very elusive Professor Silverman. It becomes clear early in "Tracers" that Harry's employer, the enigmatic & equally elusive Jennings,is clearly not who he seems, and the prey Harry & Rik are looking for, proves to be more dangerous than they could have ever envisaged. With hunter-killers on their tail, an ever-rising body count amid a flod of storyline twists & turns, and no shortage of double crosses and fast-paced action sequences, "Tracers" is a non-stop adrenalin rush, one that keeps the reader engrossed & guessing until the final chapter. Harry Tate is every bit an action hero for today, but be advised, "Tracers" is much much more than just an action novel. This is spy thriller writing at its best. And once again, Adrian Magson has shown what a gifted purveyor of the spy novel he is. "Tracers" makes it 2 out of 2 (great novels) for Adrian Magson.