Reasonably entertaining, but nothing new.,
This review is from: Games Traitors Play (Paperback)
Many reviews say it follows on from Jason Bourne, James Bond, Spooks, etc. I think partly this is as there isn't really anything new here to comment on.
The main character is a fairly standard "drinks too much, sleeps with too many women, hates bureaucracy and is happier on the streets" fictional spy. His boss is a fairly standard "educated, classical-music listening, will-sacrifice-anyone-to-the-ultimate-cause" fictional spy boss. The women he sleeps with are fairly standard either (a) sleep-with-anyone-for-the-intel or (b) faintly-exotic-and-not-quite-easy-to-trust. The CIA is represented as overbearing happy-to-torture-anyone trigger happy bullies, the enemies are bog-standard jihadists and ex-KGB. The torturers are normal Bondesque well-spoken educated maniacs, and so on and so on.
If you enjoy this sort of fiction, it's fairly well written, 'stuff keeps happening' at a good rate to keep you entertained, but this isn't the kind of book to make you think.