Real Tigers : Jackson Lamb Thriller 3
SHORTLISTED FOR THE CWA GOLDSBORO GOLD DAGGER AND THE IAN FLEMING STEEL DAGGER SHORTLISTED FOR THE THEAKSTON OLD PECULIAR CRIME NOVEL OF THE YEAR'If you read one spy novel this year, read Real Tigers' The Spectator'The finest new crime series this millennium' Mail on SundayCatherine Standish knows that chance encounters never happen to spooks.She's worked in the Intelligence Service long enough to understand treachery, double-dealing and stabbing in the back.What she doesn't know is why anyone would target her: a recovering drunk pushing paper with the other lost causes in Jackson Lamb's kingdom of exiles at Slough House.Whoever it is holding her hostage, it can't be personal. It must be about Slough House. Most likely, it is about Jackson Lamb.And say what you like about Lamb, he'll never leave a joe in the lurch.He might even be someone you could trust with your life . . .
- Paperback | 368 pages
- 129 x 198 x 22mm | 294g
- 27 Jul 2017
- Hodder & Stoughton General Division
- John Murray Publishers Ltd
- London, United Kingdom
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About Mick Herron
Mick Herron's first Jackson Lamb novel - the Steel-Dagger nominated Slow Horses - was described as the 'most enjoyable British spy novel in years' by the Mail on Sunday. The second Jackson Lamb novel, Dead Lions, won the 2013 CWA Goldsboro Gold Dagger, and was picked by the Sunday Times as one of the best twenty-five crime novels of the past five years. Mick was born in Newcastle upon Tyne and now lives in Oxford.
What a find! . . . I think Herron's is the next big name in crime fiction * Literary Review * Rather as if Philip Larkin or Alan Bennett had had a go at spy fiction * Sunday Times * Sardonically funny and pleasingly complex * Independent * Think Le Carre with fewer posh people and laugh-out-loud funny. Mick Herron is the real deal * Irish Times * A pulsating spy thriller * Daily Express * Herron fills a gap that has been yawning ever since Len Deighton retired * Daily Telegraph * A thriller that moves Herron close to the class of Graham Greene * Daily Mail * Surely among the finest British spy fiction of the past 20 years * Metro * Real Tigers has revitalised the spy thriller genre * Sunday Express * If you read one spy novel this year, read Real Tigers. Better still, read the whole series * Andrew Taylor, The Spectator * Herron's Slough House novels are the finest new crime series this Millennium * Mail on Sunday *