This is a fine absorbing read. The Writer of this review has lived through the Blitz in England (the background to this novel) and it feels authentic. But really it is one of those books you would like to read at a sitting. An American (Cal) in England finds himself working with Walter Stilton (a working class Chief Inspector) who in their joint search for an American spy in Lodon, share many interesting and humorous cultural exchanges. Cal's introduction to English tea is one example. I frequently found myself laughing out loud. There is also a fast paced and humorous sexual thread. Sgt Troy of Scotland Yard, a central figure in earlier novels, makes a lower key appearance. The story is fast, the action believable, the comments on life during the blitz accurate and altogether this is the most enjoyable, moving and tense novel I have read for many a long time.
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