So Liz is surprised when Wetherby takes her off the case - this is just her sort of operation. However, Wetherby has some very disturbing news. He has received a tip-off that a mole has been planted in one of the branches of British Intelligence. If true, then the potential damage to the Service itself could be immeasurable.
As her colleagues try to counter an impending terrorist strike, Liz must use all her skills to find out who the mole is, and what their intentions are, before it is too late.
In Secret Asset, the second Liz Carlyle novel, Stella Rimington once again brings all her experience to bear in a truly compelling thriller that takes the reader into a world where no-one can be trusted and nothing is what is seems.
©2006 Stella Rimington; (P)2006 Random House
"A cracking good thriller." (Observer)
"Intelligent....Undeniably pacey." (Guardian)
"This is something rare: the spy novel that prizes authenticity over fabrication." (Mail on Sunday)
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"Did not match expectations !"
Although there was a promise of an insight into the murkey world of Spooks, I found the plot pedestrian and predictable. No twists or turns, no real surprise in the ending.
Would I recommend it ? Only if there was nothing else to read
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