Cairo Mon Amour
Cairo 1973. British intelligence agent Lucy Vickers is on the run, her cover blown. Her colleague Mark Bellamy has just dumped a dead policeman and a Mercedes in the Nile. Can the former lovers salvage the secret mission that has brought them together on the eve of war with Israel? Or are they throwaway players in a game of Cold War politics? As Lucy and Mark are reeled into a net of treachery, there is only one person to turn to: The enigmatic Egyptian-Armenian private eye Pierre Farag, who seems to be a step ahead of their every move. Cairo Mon Amour is a gripping Cold War thriller and a poignant love story, woven around the first days of the Yom Kippur War.
- Paperback | 356 pages
- 129 x 198 x 33.02mm | 385.55g
- 30 Jun 2017
- Austin Macauley Publishers
- London, United Kingdom
About Stuart Campbell
Stuart Campbell is a former university Pro-Vice Chancellor and Professor of Linguistics. Nowadays he writes quirky novels about love, betrayal and redemption. Stuart was born in London but has lived in Sydney for many years.