An easy to read literate spy novel with a sense of humour, this clever little suspense story is full of entertaining twists and turns. It’s almost like a spoof, playing on the fact that in the spy world, people seldom know whom they can trust, and must be ready to respond to anything at any time.
George and Charlie, two seemingly normal and average guys, work together in a small photo kiosk in Oxford Circus underground station. All normalcy is left far behind though, when they each discover that the other is not who he first appeared to be. Two friends very quickly become lethal enemies.
Creator of British spy drama Spooks (MI-5 in the US), Wolstencroft knows the spy world and knows how to weave a marvellous tale.