this book tries to emulate le carre, but the ensuing complexity detracts from the plot rather than adding to it. the story, initially interesting, becomes very frustrating to follow. there are too many characters, with no clues as to when they were last met in the story-thus i found myself incessantly searching for the last appearance of xxxx, to recall their relevance. this could be a good story if it hadnt tried to be something it isnt. sorry.
Having read all three of R.J.Dillon's books in cronological order I must write my first ever book review(s). They were all well written, in a style reminicient of John Le Carre and Len Dieghton. I believe Mr Dillon writes from a position of knowledge about our governements more secretive security departments. The booke were thoroughly entertaining, and I felt robbed every time I have had to put down my Kindle for more mundane chore This is a sign of a very good book to me. I hope the Mr Dillon can soon follow these superb thrillers with much more, and very soon. I cannot reccomend them enough. The FanaticThe Oktober ProjektHunted and the Damned.