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BRITISH SECRET SERVICE INCOMING TELEGRAM: RUSSIAN SPY...WANTS TO DEFECT...CAN ONLY BRING WIFE...CAN WE RESCUE DAUGHTER AGE ONE? Russian KGB officer Nikolai Semenov agrees to spy for the British, as he is enraged at what Russia has done to his family. He begins passing KGB secrets to the Brits. It is 1962, and Nikolai smuggles Russian war plans for Cuba. President Kennedy ne BRITISH SECRET SERVICE INCOMING TELEGRAM: RUSSIAN SPY...WANTS TO DEFECT...CAN ONLY BRING WIFE...CAN WE RESCUE DAUGHTER AGE ONE? Russian KGB officer Nikolai Semenov agrees to spy for the British, as he is enraged at what Russia has done to his family. He begins passing KGB secrets to the Brits. It is 1962, and Nikolai smuggles Russian war plans for Cuba. President Kennedy needs the plans immediately, must talk. The Russians discover his deception and kidnap him back to Moscow. But the British have a plan, terrible as it is. For they can save him and his wife, or him and his daughter, but not both. He must decide, does he escape with his wife or with his one-year-old? The KGB will murder whichever one he leaves behind. The choice is made in a way no one expects. Britain's escape plan is activated, and the wheels begin to turn. Colonel Viktor Bucharov of the KGB falls in behind them. Bucharov is the KGB’s best and most violent. A desperate attempt to shake Bucharov from their tail, as they jump from buses, change moving subway cars, dash into malls, and underground passageways. Then they head for the escape rendezvous, with Bucharov minutes behind. Get ready to stay up late tonight.


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BRITISH SECRET SERVICE INCOMING TELEGRAM: RUSSIAN SPY...WANTS TO DEFECT...CAN ONLY BRING WIFE...CAN WE RESCUE DAUGHTER AGE ONE? Russian KGB officer Nikolai Semenov agrees to spy for the British, as he is enraged at what Russia has done to his family. He begins passing KGB secrets to the Brits. It is 1962, and Nikolai smuggles Russian war plans for Cuba. President Kennedy ne BRITISH SECRET SERVICE INCOMING TELEGRAM: RUSSIAN SPY...WANTS TO DEFECT...CAN ONLY BRING WIFE...CAN WE RESCUE DAUGHTER AGE ONE? Russian KGB officer Nikolai Semenov agrees to spy for the British, as he is enraged at what Russia has done to his family. He begins passing KGB secrets to the Brits. It is 1962, and Nikolai smuggles Russian war plans for Cuba. President Kennedy needs the plans immediately, must talk. The Russians discover his deception and kidnap him back to Moscow. But the British have a plan, terrible as it is. For they can save him and his wife, or him and his daughter, but not both. He must decide, does he escape with his wife or with his one-year-old? The KGB will murder whichever one he leaves behind. The choice is made in a way no one expects. Britain's escape plan is activated, and the wheels begin to turn. Colonel Viktor Bucharov of the KGB falls in behind them. Bucharov is the KGB’s best and most violent. A desperate attempt to shake Bucharov from their tail, as they jump from buses, change moving subway cars, dash into malls, and underground passageways. Then they head for the escape rendezvous, with Bucharov minutes behind. Get ready to stay up late tonight.

30 review for God Save the Spy (Operation TINKER #1)

  1. 4 out of 5

    Rich

    I tried with this book longer than I should have lol. I ended up doing something I rarely do maybe 5 percent of the time and that was to skim thru it and get it done and move on to the other side. The first major problem and it was a deal breaker for me was that I do not believe the main character was a KGB agent--you have to walk the walk and also I did not care about the main charatcer. I was hoping that he would be caught and tortured lol. It took a while for anything to happen after the open I tried with this book longer than I should have lol. I ended up doing something I rarely do maybe 5 percent of the time and that was to skim thru it and get it done and move on to the other side. The first major problem and it was a deal breaker for me was that I do not believe the main character was a KGB agent--you have to walk the walk and also I did not care about the main charatcer. I was hoping that he would be caught and tortured lol. It took a while for anything to happen after the opening act. I also never felt for the most that I was in that time period or location. I was not wild about the story. I was thinking about being nice and giving it two stars but I could not do it lol. I will not read the final book in the series. I say skip this one and do not give it a spin.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Alan F

    One simple way to judge how much I enjoy a book is how quickly I finish it. I read this one in a few days. All the ingredients for a great cold war spy story are there: set in the 1960s in London and Moscow: agents and double agents; the menacing omnipresent KGB versus MI5 and the CIA. Can anyone be trusted and can Nicolae Semenov survive? It's an excellent read and I would highly recommend it. One simple way to judge how much I enjoy a book is how quickly I finish it. I read this one in a few days. All the ingredients for a great cold war spy story are there: set in the 1960s in London and Moscow: agents and double agents; the menacing omnipresent KGB versus MI5 and the CIA. Can anyone be trusted and can Nicolae Semenov survive? It's an excellent read and I would highly recommend it.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Dennis

    God Save The Reader Boring frankly, and the tale didn't really get going, with too many stops and starts. Save your money on this one... God Save The Reader Boring frankly, and the tale didn't really get going, with too many stops and starts. Save your money on this one...

  4. 4 out of 5

    Linda

    I recommend the book to those who lived through the Cold War. I suggest those interested in the Cold War to read Armageddon by Leon Uris as background for the present book. In God Save the Spy, a KGB operative stationed in London turns double agent. The action took place after the Bay of Pigs, the Cuban Missile Crisis, and the quarantine President Kennedy put on Russian naval ships hovering in the waters near Cuba. Once the protagonist is found out, Russia wants to kill him, the British want to I recommend the book to those who lived through the Cold War. I suggest those interested in the Cold War to read Armageddon by Leon Uris as background for the present book. In God Save the Spy, a KGB operative stationed in London turns double agent. The action took place after the Bay of Pigs, the Cuban Missile Crisis, and the quarantine President Kennedy put on Russian naval ships hovering in the waters near Cuba. Once the protagonist is found out, Russia wants to kill him, the British want to save his life, and President Kennedy wants to ask him a question. No, I will not tell you what the question and answer were. Find out by reading the book! Thank you, dear author, for a good read.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Joyce

    Fascinating Look Into the World of Espionage Full disclosure- I was part of the author’s street team. As such, I probably read 4-5 versions of the book prior to actual publication. It just kept getting better. A new Ellsworth book is always welcome but this one represents a complete change of pace. Well researched, it is the story of a KGB officer who wants a better life for himself and his daughter. Fascinating look into the workings of espionage agencies. If you’re old enough to remember the Cu Fascinating Look Into the World of Espionage Full disclosure- I was part of the author’s street team. As such, I probably read 4-5 versions of the book prior to actual publication. It just kept getting better. A new Ellsworth book is always welcome but this one represents a complete change of pace. Well researched, it is the story of a KGB officer who wants a better life for himself and his daughter. Fascinating look into the workings of espionage agencies. If you’re old enough to remember the Cuban Missile Crisis, this book will resonate. Nicolas is far from perfect but you’ll find yourself rooting for him. The last part of the story, with alternating chapters, will keep you suspense. I promise you won’t want to put it down until you reach the end. Looking forward to reading Nicolai’s next adventure. Will he achieve the revenge he seeks?

  6. 5 out of 5

    Thomas R.

    Review of God Save the Spy I really enjoyed this book because the story takes place back during the Cold War era. Russia has their Intelligence Agency ( The KGB), Britain had ( M15) and America has the CIA. The hero in this story is a Russian KGB Agent, a man whose parents were KGB Agents , Nikoali was very intelligent and believed in Russia and that Britain and America were the evil Capitalist system that had to be destroyed. He married a young woman who had grown up in a KGB family like his. He Review of God Save the Spy I really enjoyed this book because the story takes place back during the Cold War era. Russia has their Intelligence Agency ( The KGB), Britain had ( M15) and America has the CIA. The hero in this story is a Russian KGB Agent, a man whose parents were KGB Agents , Nikoali was very intelligent and believed in Russia and that Britain and America were the evil Capitalist system that had to be destroyed. He married a young woman who had grown up in a KGB family like his. He finished first in his class and was assigned to London England as a Diplomat. The author makes you understand that Moscow, London, and Washington Dc has spies disguised as Diplomats who were not only trying to get information, but also trying to Flip the agents , making them betray their country. The spies were constantly looking over their shoulders not knowing who to trust , including their Superiors. The author ties in the Cuban Missile Crisis as part of the story and used the main character as a catalyst to help President Kennedy prevent World War 3. Operation Tinker was the code used to help the main character survive . I look forward to the next Book in this series.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Georganna Turnbull

    This is a new genre for John and I didn’t want to put the book down. I read it in a day - there was a lot of suspense and I was on the edge of my seat for some of it.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Darren

    TITLE: God Save The Spy AUTHOR: John Ellsworth GENRE: Thriller PAGES: 392 FORMAT: E-book PRICE: Hardcover:$24.99; E-book $3.99 I am a student of history and a Cold War kid. I grew up in the 70’s and remember the underlying threat of possible war with the Soviet Union. That being said, I love thrillers set in the Cold War period. God Save The Spy deals with a KGB agent named Nikolai Semenov. The book begins with the murder of three women, one of them being Semenov’s wife. This turns Semenov from a faith TITLE: God Save The Spy AUTHOR: John Ellsworth GENRE: Thriller PAGES: 392 FORMAT: E-book PRICE: Hardcover:$24.99; E-book $3.99 I am a student of history and a Cold War kid. I grew up in the 70’s and remember the underlying threat of possible war with the Soviet Union. That being said, I love thrillers set in the Cold War period. God Save The Spy deals with a KGB agent named Nikolai Semenov. The book begins with the murder of three women, one of them being Semenov’s wife. This turns Semenov from a faithful KGB agent to one that is willingly recruited to work for MI-5. Given the code name ULYSSES, Semenov gives valuable secrets that gets the attention of the American CIA. Semenov can turn the balance of one of history’s most tense moments, The Cuban Missile Crisis. But Semenov soon comes under suspicion and is called back to Moscow. With a death sentence looming over his head, Semenov plans his escape with the aid of his MI-5 handlers. All he has to do is live long enough to put the plan in action. I will be the first to admit that the beginning of this book seemed a bit clunky at times and I almost threw in the towel. I found it a bit hard to follow what was going on, but after the first fifty pages, things made better sense and when i got to the last sixty pages, the cat and mouse escape game drove the pages by at a furious rate. All in all I give this book 4 bookmarks out of 5!

  9. 5 out of 5

    Prabhat

    Fast paced and exciting I enjoyed it thoroughly. Story develops with every turn of page. At no point I felt I have to end it just because I began reading this book, instead the story was so exciting I was prompted to know the secret, fast paced world of nikolie Semenov. Right from the moment Nikolie lands at the Heathrow airport, the action begins, spies from other nations are always on his heels to relay his whereabouts info. Murder of his loving wife and role of a KGB personnel in it makes him v Fast paced and exciting I enjoyed it thoroughly. Story develops with every turn of page. At no point I felt I have to end it just because I began reading this book, instead the story was so exciting I was prompted to know the secret, fast paced world of nikolie Semenov. Right from the moment Nikolie lands at the Heathrow airport, the action begins, spies from other nations are always on his heels to relay his whereabouts info. Murder of his loving wife and role of a KGB personnel in it makes him vengeful and he retributes by passing on KGB secrets to MI5 .That's what double agents do. Soon he gains such a position in newly formed Ulyssey team that his information can only avert a possibly nuclear war. KGB isn't dat naive and they find out his plan to defect to Britain. He is called to Moscow and is reprimand severely, interrogated for hours, and in the end given the task to continue in England , pass on MI 5 info to KGB while his mother and daughter would be under constant surveillance of KgB in Russia. Then Nicole does the unthinkable and packs his knapsack , carrying Sasha with her and escapes out of Russia. Read it guys to experience the thrill and adrenalin rush in you.

  10. 5 out of 5

    rebecca stefanescu

    INTRIGUING!!! Russian spies! British MI6! CIA! This spellbinding novel begins during the Cold War in Russia. The themes are familiar ones; KGB agent feels his country has betrayed him when his adoring wife and another woman are found murdered and faceless. Why? Both women were loyal party members. When forensics identifies the women, our protagonist vows the most sinister revenge. Treason! Operation Tinker is set in motion with British intelligence protecting Codename Ulysses at all cost! When Pr INTRIGUING!!! Russian spies! British MI6! CIA! This spellbinding novel begins during the Cold War in Russia. The themes are familiar ones; KGB agent feels his country has betrayed him when his adoring wife and another woman are found murdered and faceless. Why? Both women were loyal party members. When forensics identifies the women, our protagonist vows the most sinister revenge. Treason! Operation Tinker is set in motion with British intelligence protecting Codename Ulysses at all cost! When President Kennedy seeks an audience with him, the game is on! World War III must be averted! You'll need to clear your calendar for the marathon reading and rereading of John Ellsworth's latest novel. SEMENOV. Remember the name. You WILL see it again! I loved it! Semenov is Ellsworth's new protagonist is this new series. Ellsworth followers will be delighted! I can't wait for the next one!

  11. 5 out of 5

    Scott Chapman

    Oh, bully! Well done, I must say. First off, I burned through 34 of Mr. Ellsworth's legal thrillers this past spring/summer, thanks to Covid19, which gave me time to read a book a day. I did not know this book was on the way. What a joyous surprise! I was/am totally connected to the characters, even the bad guys, or which there are many. The enigmatic Nikolai has a brilliant mind. I don't write synopses of books (that's not my job). My job is to read, absorb, appreciate the writer's enormous talen Oh, bully! Well done, I must say. First off, I burned through 34 of Mr. Ellsworth's legal thrillers this past spring/summer, thanks to Covid19, which gave me time to read a book a day. I did not know this book was on the way. What a joyous surprise! I was/am totally connected to the characters, even the bad guys, or which there are many. The enigmatic Nikolai has a brilliant mind. I don't write synopses of books (that's not my job). My job is to read, absorb, appreciate the writer's enormous talent. I heartily do! I am sad that I won't get to hook up with my new comrades until May of 2021. Boo, hiss, whah! I truly appreciate Mr. Ellsworth for this latest "gift". So well researched, exquisitely written. I could go on and on. Thank you! (P.s. I've only given five stars to one other book,out of more than 650)

  12. 5 out of 5

    ursula gift

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. Awesome beginning, and has dropping reading, this book has have me so glued and focus that I can't seem to put it down, John has really out done himself this time, he has the ability to put you in whatever mindset you wish to be in, his books grab you and sucks you in and it is hard to let go. This book has taught me who to trust and who you can believe in, we have to compare the present with the pass because there are still people untrustworthy. Thank you John for opening my eyes to my surround Awesome beginning, and has dropping reading, this book has have me so glued and focus that I can't seem to put it down, John has really out done himself this time, he has the ability to put you in whatever mindset you wish to be in, his books grab you and sucks you in and it is hard to let go. This book has taught me who to trust and who you can believe in, we have to compare the present with the pass because there are still people untrustworthy. Thank you John for opening my eyes to my surroundings and the people that I corresponds with on a daily basis. Thank you and keep on doing a fantastic job. This book to me had been my #1.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Paul Tipping

    That secret sumthin' I have been reading this author since 2015. Thaddeus can do no wrong in my eyes. Any book with him or legally based novel by John is like those expired slippers by the hearth. And that is comfort, it means I can read it over 48 hours. This new series operation tinker fits right into the Thaddeus category albeit a completely different arena, your hackles will be raised at the injustice, inequality shown to the common man. This book reinforces Lord Actons quote, power corrupts a That secret sumthin' I have been reading this author since 2015. Thaddeus can do no wrong in my eyes. Any book with him or legally based novel by John is like those expired slippers by the hearth. And that is comfort, it means I can read it over 48 hours. This new series operation tinker fits right into the Thaddeus category albeit a completely different arena, your hackles will be raised at the injustice, inequality shown to the common man. This book reinforces Lord Actons quote, power corrupts and absolute power corrupts absolutely. A heart stopping thriller of a ride in the world of spies - brilliantly written!

  14. 5 out of 5

    Lauren

    Interesting spy thriller I don't usually read Soviet era spy novels but this was good. It was fast paced and interesting. I liked the characters. It did not get bogged down in minutiae. The escape was very exciting and I cheered him on the entire time. A couple of things irritated me. In 1962 people did not go jogging on city streets. They have Nicholas jogging every morning in London than Moscow. At one point they pack running shoes and workout clothes. They didn't running shoes 1962. There were Interesting spy thriller I don't usually read Soviet era spy novels but this was good. It was fast paced and interesting. I liked the characters. It did not get bogged down in minutiae. The escape was very exciting and I cheered him on the entire time. A couple of things irritated me. In 1962 people did not go jogging on city streets. They have Nicholas jogging every morning in London than Moscow. At one point they pack running shoes and workout clothes. They didn't running shoes 1962. There were a few other acronisms that I can't remember now. Its easy o forget that things that were popular now weren't always around

  15. 5 out of 5

    Sharon

    This book takes place primarily in the early 1960s during the Cold War. It centers around a KGB Agent and his growing dissatisfaction with his country and party. It is absolutely a brilliant novel, that had me glued to every word on every page. In short, the pacing is magnificent. The character development is exquisite. The plotting is incredible. Every single part of this book is exactly as it needs to be to create a brilliant and highly recommended book. And, it's Book One. I can't wait for Bo This book takes place primarily in the early 1960s during the Cold War. It centers around a KGB Agent and his growing dissatisfaction with his country and party. It is absolutely a brilliant novel, that had me glued to every word on every page. In short, the pacing is magnificent. The character development is exquisite. The plotting is incredible. Every single part of this book is exactly as it needs to be to create a brilliant and highly recommended book. And, it's Book One. I can't wait for Book Two!

  16. 5 out of 5

    Tonya Hyche

    Another great novel by an amazing author This novel had me on the edge if my seat! Set in the cold war, espionage abounds between Russia, Great Britain, and the United States. When a KGB agent and his wife get relocated to London, the adventure begins! Every book I have read by this author has phenomenal character development, fast paced plot, and a believable story line. At the end of his books, I always say that the book would make a tremendous movie. This book..... WOW!

  17. 5 out of 5

    Cecilia

    Good, suspenseful spy novel I enjoyed the book. It has good suspense which keeps you turning the pages. The pace of the story is a bit slower than the other books from the same author, that I’ve read but it is a totally different type of story which required a lot of research and a lot of narrative to set the scene. The characters are believable and none are perfect, so one can easily relate. I found it very interesting to read about the spy methods used before all of the technology changed the s Good, suspenseful spy novel I enjoyed the book. It has good suspense which keeps you turning the pages. The pace of the story is a bit slower than the other books from the same author, that I’ve read but it is a totally different type of story which required a lot of research and a lot of narrative to set the scene. The characters are believable and none are perfect, so one can easily relate. I found it very interesting to read about the spy methods used before all of the technology changed the spy world totally. Our spy really needed divine intervention. The one bit of closure that I missed seems to be in the sequel so I am looking forward to the next book.

  18. 5 out of 5

    Pam Madson

    Excellent As always this book did not disappoint as with all Ellsworth books!! It’s not normally a book I would read with spies and Russia but it was amazing. I honestly could not put it down. I felt Nicholais fear and the frustrations he had trying to stay alive. There were so many twists and turns with a lot of action and suspense. Loved this book!! I can’t wait for the next one. Superb writing.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Mrs B Birchall

    No, No, No, No, No Do your research John. I got as far as chapter 24 and I could not go on. Sidewalk instead of pavement I let go by, after all he is an American writing for Americans. The bike ride was impossible, I'm not a Londoner but I know enough to know the route was impossible. Then we came to the couple outside the houses of parliament, 90 days paternity leave in early 60's what planet are you from. I say again do your research, just Google it. No, No, No, No, No Do your research John. I got as far as chapter 24 and I could not go on. Sidewalk instead of pavement I let go by, after all he is an American writing for Americans. The bike ride was impossible, I'm not a Londoner but I know enough to know the route was impossible. Then we came to the couple outside the houses of parliament, 90 days paternity leave in early 60's what planet are you from. I say again do your research, just Google it.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Mary

    A Leisurely Adventure Sometimes a nice leisurely story is just the thing. Usually that's not the case when reading a spy thriller. GOD SAVE THE SPY is well written and enjoyable, but I never caught the urgency that the plot and the title promised. I didn't develop a particular affinity for any of the characters, so didn't have a large stake in what happened to them. Still, it was a fun read. A Leisurely Adventure Sometimes a nice leisurely story is just the thing. Usually that's not the case when reading a spy thriller. GOD SAVE THE SPY is well written and enjoyable, but I never caught the urgency that the plot and the title promised. I didn't develop a particular affinity for any of the characters, so didn't have a large stake in what happened to them. Still, it was a fun read.

  21. 4 out of 5

    Betty

    Breathless adventure If you devour spy novels like me, this is the book for you! It’s go everything: espionage and counterespionage, twists and turns and a hairs breath escape. It starts out in the 1960s with a Soviet KGB officer deciding to spy for Britain. That’s all I’ll say because I don’t want to spoil the rest. Trust me, this one will keep you up at night

  22. 4 out of 5

    Mike MacDonald

    More than a crime novel I love crime novels. I've read plenty. I love spy novels, but I don't think it's my fault I haven't read many. The point is, go find good ones. God Save the Spy kept me up nights and on the edge of my seat during the day. It was a challenge to keep the plot straight, but it was a great read. More than a crime novel I love crime novels. I've read plenty. I love spy novels, but I don't think it's my fault I haven't read many. The point is, go find good ones. God Save the Spy kept me up nights and on the edge of my seat during the day. It was a challenge to keep the plot straight, but it was a great read.

  23. 4 out of 5

    William A Stussie

    Spies galore Russian spies. British spies. American spies. A little finish spies. All the spies you could ever want. I read quite a few John Ellsworth books. This is by far, in my opinion, the best. I can’t wait to see the next in the series. Real trade guy to open the book draws you in, and never lets you go.

  24. 4 out of 5

    D

    Wow. As a cold war buff and spy fiction and non fiction enthusiast, I think this book was wonderful. Well paced, and based partly on a few real spies lives, I gather at least. I won't say their names for that may spoil a good walk in the Kremlin or Whitehall/ Langley. Read it. You will enjoy. Wow. As a cold war buff and spy fiction and non fiction enthusiast, I think this book was wonderful. Well paced, and based partly on a few real spies lives, I gather at least. I won't say their names for that may spoil a good walk in the Kremlin or Whitehall/ Langley. Read it. You will enjoy.

  25. 4 out of 5

    Ian Letchford

    The author himself said something like the last 100 pages being the most important. Well, I would thing that would be the case for most if not all novels! This book had a good plot but was so booooring I struggled on many occasions to plod on to get to the finale. Sorry John, you should stick to what you do best.

  26. 5 out of 5

    Mrs Susan J Bociek

    I loved it. I have reviewed on Amazon after finishing a kindle version of the book. I found it completely gripping and I don't care about any of the slightly Americanised English that other reviewers complained about. The story is absorbing, based on circumstances during the Cold War. Recommended. I loved it. I have reviewed on Amazon after finishing a kindle version of the book. I found it completely gripping and I don't care about any of the slightly Americanised English that other reviewers complained about. The story is absorbing, based on circumstances during the Cold War. Recommended.

  27. 5 out of 5

    Allen Gregory

    This was a very solid book from the Cold War spy era. The book pulled me along and kept me reading - thoroughly enjoyable! I especially enjoyed the protagonist - he was beset by troubles and heartache from the get go. I'll be reading other books in this series and further investigating other books by Mr. Ellsworth. An engaging, enjoyable read! This was a very solid book from the Cold War spy era. The book pulled me along and kept me reading - thoroughly enjoyable! I especially enjoyed the protagonist - he was beset by troubles and heartache from the get go. I'll be reading other books in this series and further investigating other books by Mr. Ellsworth. An engaging, enjoyable read!

  28. 4 out of 5

    Eve

    I am not a big fan of spy novels but this one I liked. The story regarding the time of the Kennedys was believable because of the events that did happen. I have enjoyed many of the authors books in the past. This was very different from the lawyer series. Will see what happens in the next one.

  29. 5 out of 5

    Suzanne Livingston

    Spies need a lot of help and luck! When the world events in this remarkable tale took place, I was a high school student in Miami. These characters are skillfully portrayed and each with a three dimensional feel. Even though I knew what the historical story was, I found myself holding my breath and crossing my fingers. Ellseworth is a gifted writer.

  30. 5 out of 5

    Mary Barrett

    Five stars As usual, John Ellsworth delivers a first rate book. The action has you sitting on the edge of your seat at times. I always enjoyed a good spy story and I am not disappointed. The book was extremely well written and edited.

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