Flint's Law (Mandrake)

Flint's Law (Mandrake)

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Grace Flint: The best undercover cop in the business and - since plastic surgeons re-built her shattered face - probably the most beautiful. Now Flint has a new career running operations, and she's running headlong into trouble. Operation Pentecost: An elaborate sting designed by Flint to trap Karl Kremer, former East German spy turned financial manipulator. But Pentecost has become a snare for Flint's undercover agents. One agent is already dead, and the evidence of treachery is mounting. Mandrake: MI6 codename for the traitor close enough to Flint to anticipate her every move. Who is Mandrake and who in the US government is determined to protect him? In Paul Eddy's stunning second novel Grace Flint is back in the firing line, tougher, bolder (and in more trouble) than before.
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Product details

  • Paperback | 576 pages
  • 110 x 176 x 40mm | 281.23g
  • Headline Book Publishing
  • London, United Kingdom
  • English
  • New edition
  • New
  • 0747264287
  • 9780747264286
  • 1,582,589

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'The slick stroytelling keeps up the tension right to the end' -- The Sunday Telegraph 20020630 'Eddy proves he's more than capable of handling red hot material' -- The Mirror 20020601 'The book feels inspired by old British institutions, including Ian Fleming and the 1970s TV series The Professionals...an enjoyable atmosphere' -- The Guardian 20020706
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About Paul Eddy

Paul Eddy has been writing investigative articles for more than 25 years, primarily for the Sunday Times. He has co-authored eight non-fiction books covering a spectrum from war to espionage, terrorism to drug-trafficking. He regularly writes for the Sunday Times magazine.
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