Red Station

Red Station

A Harry Tate Novel

Book - 2010
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"The nail-biting suspense, high-octane action, and keep-'em-guessing plot set this book apart from the usual spy thriller, but it's smart, tough, fearless, quick-thinking superspook Harry Tate who puts it in a whole other league. Superb! Booklist Starred Review

"Look for more from Magson, a strong contender in a field long dominated by John le Carr#65533; and Ian Fleming" Library Journal Starred Review ,/b>

First in the brand-new Harry Tate thriller series - Having been made the scapegoat for a botched drugs intercept operation, MI5 officer Harry Tate is dispatched to 'Red Station', a remote outpost in the Balkans, ostensibly to avoid press scrutiny, but where in effect the security services send 'problem' agents they'd like to be rid of. But the outpost is thrust into the international spotlight when troops begin massing in the area; and, as the situation becomes increasingly dangerous, Tate discovers the real, truly shocking, purpose behind 'Red Station' - and decides to fight back . . .

Publisher: Sutton : Severn House, c2010.
ISBN: 9780727869395
Branch Call Number: FICTION MAG


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Oct 15, 2014

Are they sure this is for adult readers? 'Delusions of grandeur' comes to mind. It seemed flaky, not much of a plot.
A cheap little read for when there is nothing else to read.
Please don't compare this to Finder and Hurwitz.

Sorry, 1 star.

Apr 03, 2014

A fast-paced spy thriller. Not one boring page! Sure to be enjoyed by fans of Alex Berenson, Joseph Finder and Gregg Hurwitz.

mikeyppl May 12, 2012

I really enjoyed this book. It's very well written, the characters are fleshed out well and the plot is quite believable. I'm quite looking forward to reading the next two books in this series. I highly recommend this book to one and all.

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