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Tracers (Hardcover)

Author:  Adrian Magson
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Format: Hardcover
ISBN-10: 0727880136
ISBN-13: 9780727880130
Sku: 218176698
Publish Date: 6/1/2011
Dimensions:  (in Inches) 8.75H x 5.75L x 1T
Pages:  247
Age Range:  NA
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Second in the brand-new Harry Tate thriller series - In western Baghdad, a suicide bomber blows up a fortified house, killing everyone inside. In Norfolk, England, a runaway Libyan banker is assassinated. Different events, half a world apart - but closely linked. Former M15 agent Harry Tate has been hired by a government fixer to find two runaways, but then both are assassinated. Despite his misgivings, he is persuaded into a third assignment, but when he tracks down the supposed Israeli professor, things start to go very wrong . . .

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Harry, now retired and working as a bounty hunter, takes on a case involving fugitives with stolen money, but the case becomes difficult after the fugitives are murdered and a new target may be linked to a terrorist operation.
What do spies do when they no longer spy for the government? In Adrian Magson's TRACERS, a follow-up to the series-launching RED STATION, the answer seems to be "spy for someone else". Harry Tate left the MI5 after some messy back-stabbing, and now he and his friend Rik, also an ex-agent, are in business for themselves. A seemingly straightforward case involving tracking down two individuals goes awry when the targets, both linked to terrorism in the Middle East, are killed. Harry must determine why and prevent further casualties.


"With high-octane action, steadily building tension, and a plot packed with twists, Magson's second Harry Tate novel suggests the best of Ken Follett or Robert Ludlum but with a touch more substance." (starred review) - Emily Melton 05/01/2011

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Product attributeNumber of Pages:   0247
Product attributePublisher:   Severn House Publishers
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