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Tank battles in Angola, murder in the Caribbean, devastating decisions - the Dylan MI6 agents have their work cut out in this fourth thrilling book in the series.
Hot on the heady heels of Coincidence of Spies, Exodus of Spies by Brian Landers, the fourth thrilling instalment of his Dylan series, sees MI6 agent Thomas Dylan sent to Angola, where South African troops are gathering to uphold apartheid. He’s been instructed to provide support, though this must be done with the utmost discretion. Meanwhile, a recently-retired, longstanding figure in British Intelligence is killed in the Caribbean and electrifying questions arise around his loyalty, and his connections to Angola, and it falls to Thomas and his wife Julia to disentangle the disorder.
I found the novel’s international scope particularly fascinating - Landers has sure done his research to fashion a gripping, authentic-feeling thriller that traverses the globe. Tingling with the intrigue of politics, the torment of betrayal, and question after question after question, this is a complex espionage thriller that will surely entice many readers to immerse themselves in the Dylans’ world in a single satisfying sitting.
In Angola the largest tank battle since the second world war is taking place. South African troops are battling to preserve apartheid. Thomas Dylan is sent to the front line.
Ministers want MI6 to provide support, but discreetly.
But death is soon much closer to home. After thirty years in British Intelligence Adam Joseff has retired to his stamp collection. His loyalty is beyond question. Until he is murdered in the Caribbean.
Then the questions start.
Has Joseff betrayed his country? Or has he been betrayed? And why was he so interested in an Angolan student young enough to be his granddaughter?
As the Dylans start pulling the clues together they must confront death, betrayal and their own conscience.
Then the politicians take over.
|Publication date:||22nd April 2021|
|Primary Genre||Action Adventure|
Brian Landers started writing newspaper columns to help pay his university bar bills and since then has written articles for various journals, newspapers and websites. He was once interviewed for a job at the government spy agency GCHQ in Cheltenham but decided that travelling the world would be more exciting. His first full time role was helping a former Director General of Defence Intelligence and a motley collection of ex-spooks set up a political intelligence unit in the City of London. Out of this sprang the character of Thomas Dylan, a novice who over the years progresses through the labyrinthine ...More About Brian Landers