At Risk

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Vintage Crime/Black Lizard, 2006 - Fiction - 398 pages
88 Reviews
A terrorist is targeting Britain. And to make matters worse it’s an “invisible”--someone traveling under a British passport. Virtually impossible to find before it’s too late.The job falls to Liz Carlyle, the most resourceful counter terror agent in British intelligence. Tracking down this invisible is a challenge like none she has faced before. It will require all her hard-won experience, to say nothing of her intelligence and courage. Drawing on her own years as Britain's highest-ranking spy, Stella Rimington gives us a story that is smart, tautly drawn, and suspenseful from first to last.
  

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Awesome writer, couldn't put it down.8 - Goodreads
However, in some parts, it was hard to read. - Goodreads
good character, plot pretty good but a little too long - Goodreads
Interesting woven story lines that meet in the end. - Goodreads
The disappointing part of the book was the ending. - Goodreads
Great pace and really well put together. - Goodreads

Review: At Risk (Liz Carlyle #1)

User Review  - Michael Domnin - Goodreads

I find the style engaging. I like the scenery description. It centres on one efent lead to its conclusion. I didn't like the killing scens, because I don't like killings! (Trust me to read a thriller ... Read full review

Review: At Risk (Liz Carlyle #1)

User Review  - Pamela Freeman - Goodreads

I have rated all the Liz Carlyle books as 3 stars. None of them were stand-outs for me, none of them made me wish I could write as well as Rimington. On the other hand, I read through the entire series in a couple of weeks, so they have a good escapist read to offer. Perfect holiday reading. Read full review

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Stella Rimington joined Britain’s Security Service (MI5) in 1969. During her nearly thirty-year career she worked in all the main fields of the Service’s responsibilities–counter-subversion, counter-espionage, and counterterrorism–and became successively drector of all three branches. Appointed drector general of MI5 in 1992, she was the first woman to hold the post and the first director general whose name was publicly announced on appointment. Following her retirement from MI5 in 1996, she became a non-executive director of Marks and Spencer and published her autobiography, Open Secret, in the United Kingdom. She is currently at work on her next novel.


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