When MI6, Britain’s Secret Intelligence Service, calls in the manuscript of a first-time thriller writer’s new book, you know that it’s no ordinary thriller. And that the author is no ordinary author.
Matthew Dunn spent 5 years as a field operative in SIS recruiting and running agents, planning and participating in special operations and operating deep undercover throughout the world.
In The Spycatcher, Dunn’s explosive debut, he draws on his unique background to breathe dynamic new life into the contemporary spy novel. Featuring super-spy Will Cochrane, Dunn paints a nerve-shredding, stunningly suthentic picture of today’s secret world. It’s a place where trust is precious and betrayal is cheap. And where a violent death is the reward for being outplayed by your enemy.
Will Cochrane, the Service’s most prized asset and deadliest weapon, has known little else since childhood. And he’s never been outplayed. So far…