Quiller's latest adventure finds the Bureau's top intelligence agent in a desperate manhunt behind the Iron Curtin. A renegade agent has his finger on the trigger for the ultimate assassination. If Quiller fails to stop him, the results could explode into World War III.
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Review: The Scorpion Signal (Quiller #9)User Review - stormhawk - Goodreads
There are few locations in Cold War Espionage fact and fiction that hold the power, mystery, and fear-invocation that Moscow does. Even deeper than Moscow itself, is Lubyanka, the cold, faceless place ... Read full review
Review: The Scorpion Signal (Quiller #9)User Review - Chris - Goodreads
this is dedicated to me so ought to like it. i like all adam hall (aka elleston trevor) spy novels because his creation Q is a realistic spy. dan craig should play him except he's doing some other espion. actually, tango briefing is the best so i ought to be praising that. Read full review