A gentleman's game: a queen & country novel

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RB Large Print, 2004 - Fiction - 484 pages
4 Reviews
When an unthinkable act of terror devastates London, nothing will stop Tara Chace from hunting down those responsible. Her job is simple: stop the terrorists before they strike a second time. To succeed, she'll do anything and everything it takes. She'll have to kill again. Only this time the personal stakes will be higher than ever before.

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User Review  - bfister - LibraryThing

If you like classic espionage, this may be for you. Reminded me of the UK television drama Spooks - and has about as much realism (which is to say, very little indeed) - but perfectly serviceable entertainment. Read full review

Review: Queen and Country: A Gentleman's Game (Queen & Country #1)

User Review  - Kerbogha - Goodreads

I really liked this book. The story is engaging and exciting. The periods in between some very suspenseful, exciting chapters, were boring in comparison, but they provided some time to slow down. The ... Read full review

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