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Agent in Place
Agent in Place | Helen Macinnes
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Chuck Kelso is an idealist. When he steals a top-secret NATO memorandum, he only intends to leak it to the press; but it is soon in the hands of a Russian agent, a man who has spent nine years quietly working himself into the fabric of Washington society. Within hours it has reached the KGB, and the CIAs top man in Moscow has had his cover blown. For British agent Tony Lawton, hunting down the Russian operative the agent in place is a welcome challenge. But for Chucks brother, the journalist Tom Kelso, and his beautiful wife, Thea, the affair has unleashed a very special terror. Now the race is on to find the Russian spy before a top-level NATO conference. But why is the escaped agent behaving so strangely? Is he who he seems?
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rabbitprincess
Agent in Place | Helen Macinnes
Mehso-so

Probably a so-so, although it might be more of a me thing than the book. It took me two months to read this, and it‘s not very long. But I definitely liked Assignment in Brittany better. This was my April 2022 #BookSpin (which I remembered like a week after I wrote this review; hurray for late tagging 😂)

TheAromaofBooks Woohoo!! 1mo
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