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The thrilling third novel from multiaward-nominated author Adam Brookes is paranoid, tense spy fiction at its very finest.

Meet Pearl Tao: an American girl with a lethal secret.

Pearl longs for the life of a normal American teenager: summers at the pool, friends, backyard barbecues in the Washington, DC suburbs. But she is different.

Her gift for mathematics means overprotective parents and college sponsorship from a secretive technology corporation. And now, aged 19, she is beginning to understand what her parents intend for her. The terrifying role she is to play.

Her only hope of escape lies with two sidelined and discredited spies: Trish Patterson and Philip Mangan. Finding out the truth about Pearl will be the biggest mission they'll ever undertake.

©2017 Adam Brookes (P)2017 Hachette Audio

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the new John LeCarre

Would you listen to The Spy's Daughter again? Why?

This is so well written and so well-read that I put it on 3/4 speed. I did not want to miss a single word. Kept me on the edge of my seat. I could not listen at night, it would have kept me up. Brilliant spy novel, amazing characterization, completely plausible plot, and characters you want to spend lots of time with. Yes, I want to listen again, but what I really want to do is go back and listen to the first two books in the series. AND, I really want to see the film. Surely someone will make one ...