The Geneva Trap

The Geneva Trap

A Liz Carlyle Novel

eBook - 2012
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When pirates attack a cargo ship off the Somalian coast and one of them is found to be a British-born Pakistani, alarm bells start ringing at London's Thames House. MI5 Intelligence Officer Liz Carlyle is brought in to establish how and why a young British Muslim could go missing from his well-to-do family in Birmingham and end up on board a pirate skiff in the Indian Ocean, armed with a Kalashnikov.
Publisher: New York : Bloomsbury Publishing, 2012.
ISBN: 9781608198733
Characteristics: 1 online resource
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Dec 19, 2016

Liz Carlyle gets involved helping a Russian man she knew briefly years ago in college in a mystery that ends up striking close to home. Complicated connections in this one that stretched my credibility a little, although I won’t stop reading this series!

hgeng63 Jul 14, 2013

Not up to her usual standard. I missed the witty byplay between Liz Carlyle & her colleagues. The plot dragged a bit in spots, too.

VanessaCCL Nov 12, 2012

"Author Stella Rimington, former director general of Britain's MI5 counter-intelligence agency, is back with a 7th entry in the series starring M15 agent Liz Carlyle, a woman in a career dominated by men. When a Russian insists on speaking to no one but her about imminent cyber sabotage against an Anglo-American defense program, she learns of a plot that threatens to reignite the Cold War. While these spy thrillers lack the gizmos and gadgets of a James Bond film, Rimington's knowledge of how espionage works is evident in all her novels, and this one is no exception." Thrillers and Suspense Newsletter November 2012

Aug 20, 2012

Another page turner of a novel from Stella Rimington. This one didn't have so much 'thinking' from the main character Liz Carlyle so as a reader you weren't really sure where she was going next. The storyline developed her relationship with Martin - an attainable goal! But a fast paced storyline that did keep me as a reader wondering how all the interconnecting story threads were going to be tied together.

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