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As another reviewer comments - Rimington is no LeCarre. This starts out in a promising way with an interesting plot and procedural kind of tone, but slowly it meanders while the... Read morePublished 20 days ago by EinLA
Predictable and utterly uninteresting... A thriller jolly well be better that a verbal description of various streets of the country...Published 2 months ago by Deps
(First published by me at Goodreads)
Read from October 14 to 18, 2013
Started October 14th, 2013.
Great book, 2nd in the series. Read more
It plods along at a slow pace. Its not a Jason Bourne or and Victoria Smith running around type novel. Read morePublished 4 months ago by ethen1964
I guess the feisty female protagonist is the author's alter ego. The book reeks of authenticity unlike most modern American thrillers.Published 7 months ago by Mike Richards
Rimington is no John le Carre. The plot is mechanical, the writing lacks vigour, and the novel is thematically unimaginative. An airport page turner at best.Published 10 months ago by ADV GRAHAME GERTSCH
Spy novels are very diverse genre. From silly Ian Fleming novels from bygone era, where suave, debonair hero got all the girls and killed all the enemies, to John Le Carre's deep,... Read morePublished 11 months ago by Srdjan Pesic
Page turner. Stella uses her experience in life with MI5 to good effect, she knows the inside working of that world.Published 16 months ago by HelenNZ
Knowing that I am late to the game, I write this review more for myself than anything else. I just finished Secret Asset and have no idea what the title means. Read morePublished 20 months ago by Ken C.