A Loyal Traitor

A Richard Knox Spy Thriller

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Pub Date 10 Feb 2022 | Archive Date 17 Feb 2022

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Delve back into vibrant, paranoid 1960s London in this fast-paced second book in the Richard Knox Spy Thriller series.


Duty or honour. Which would you betray?

It's 1966. London is swinging, and the Cold War is spiralling.

Clear cut lines have faded to grey areas. Whispers of conspiracies are everywhere. Spies on both sides of the iron curtain are running in circles, chasing constant plots and counterplots. And MI5 agent Richard Knox is tired of all of it.

But when Abey Bennett, his CIA comrade in arms, appears in London with a ghost from Knox's past and a terrifying warning that could change the balance of power in the Cold War for good, he has to fight to save the future.

He must also face an agonising choice: who will he believe, and who will he betray – his duty to his country or his loyalty to his friends?

Delve back into vibrant, paranoid 1960s London in this fast-paced second book in the Richard Knox Spy Thriller series.


Duty or honour. Which would you betray?

It's 1966. London is swinging, and the...


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An enjoyable cold War tale with plots and counter plots, and disparate characters overlapping and interacting.

I really enjoyed this book, which takes the intrigue between nation states during the cold War and weaves a twisting plot leading to a nail biting conclusion.

A terrific yarn for spy thriller buffs everywhere.

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A delve back into a really good old fashioned 1960's Cold War spy thriller, old fashioned enough not to contain swear words for a change and all the better for it. Espionage, plots and counter plots that could alter the whole east/west balance of power and which leaves the main players facing agonising choices for high stakes.
High octane, absorbing and brilliantly written.

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