“It has much in common with the Daniel Silva books—the themes are contemporary, the good guys are also bad guys and more likely than not, justice prevails.”

“I enjoyed this book a lot. I had to keep reminding myself that the author was French. One of the main characters is the United States and various "programs", known and unknown, that are initiated by governmental agencies. I believe the author was a political journalist at one point in his life which may account for his knowledge and cynicism for American agencies (which I agree with). It has much in common with the Daniel Silva books in that the themes are contemporary, the good guys are also bad guys and more likely than not, justice prevails. That is a recipe for a good thriller that is fun. And this book was fun to read.” —4-star educator review

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