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“At Risk ”

Written on: 25/12/2004 by Harriet Klausner (18637 reviews written)

At Risk
Stella Rimington
Knopf, Jan 2005, $24.00
ISBN: 1400043700

At Thames House, the Joint Counter-Terrorist Group employees learn that the al-Safa organization of the Islamic Terror Syndicate is planting an "Invisible." Pakistan cooperates and the Immigration Office combs the lists for possible suspects. However, the MI5 and MI6 attendees know how difficult to uncover an Invisible is as these terrorists are a special breed, being a native of the host nation. An agent just in from… Read Full Review

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“Stella Rimington, At Risk - Stella Rimington made...”

Written on: 22/09/2004 by Pyela (15 reviews written)

Stella Rimington, At Risk - Stella Rimington made history as the first female Director General of MI5, the domestic arm of British Intelligence. She was also the first Director General to give public speeches and photoshoots, raising the profile of espionage, and made several radical changes in MI5 policy to bring the Service up to date.

In this, her debut novel, she brings a lot of her experience and the book reads almost autobiographically. The heroine and main character Liz Carlyle could… Read Full Review

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