The London Cage
Connor Montrose Series
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|Format: ||Paperback, 416 pages|
|Published In: ||United Kingdom, 17 June 2016|
Connor Montrose is still running for his life. His CIA counterparts are determined to end his one man campaign for justice in another high-paced thriller from Mark Leggatt.The retreat of the glaciers has revealed a Cold War secret that should have lain buried for centuries, with the power to bring down the communications and defence systems of every country on the planet. Including his own. Montrose is faced with the choice of betrayal or survival, but either way, he'll lose.He is told: "Your country needs you, but if you give up the secret, your friends and those you love will die. Then an old man tells him, "If I had the choice between betraying my friends and betraying my country, I should hope I have the guts to betray my country." What will he do?
About the Author
Mark Leggatt was born in Lochee, Dundee and lives in Edinburgh. A former specialist in Disaster Recovery for oil companies and global banks, his career has taken him around Europe, especially Paris, where he lived for a number of years. History and modern global conspiracy lie at the heart of his work, and are the backdrop for the adventures of CIA technician Connor Montrose. Leggatt is a member of the Crime Writers Association in the UK, and the International Thriller Writers in the USA.
The London Cage Ticks along with the precision of a fine Swiss watch. A worthy follow-up to Names Of The Dead with all the slick dialogue, action and intrigue we've come to expect from Leggatt. A cracking read; Neil Broadfoot. Author of Falling Fast, The Storm and All the Devils; Names of the Dead; An action-packed story with good locations ... and lots of plot twists; Alex Gray, author of The Bird That Did Not Sing, latest in the Detective Larimer series.; Mark Leggatt is an exciting new voice, and in Names Of The Dead he delivers an intense, page-turning, fast-paced thriller that is blistering with action and frighteningly real. The story is told with slick, snappy dialog against a backdrop of international landscapes, and in CIA technician Connor Montrose, we have a tough, crusading hero to root for, in an entertaining blend of Bourne, Bond and Indiana Jones. Ava McCarthy, author of Hide Me, latest in the Harry Martinez series.
19.8 x 12.9 x 1.8 centimetres (0.45 kg)|
15+ years |