Kenneth Aubrey, Britain's master spycatcher, was ordered to bring the East German defector back alive. But now the defector has been killed in a tragic accident, igniting a chain of violence from London and Moscow to the infernos of East Berlin and Nepal. A gripping thriller from the author of Firefox and Winter Hawk.
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