A Game for Assassins by James Quinn
It's the height of the Cold War, and a team of assassins is targeting agents of the British Intelligence. In desperation, the agency sends their best agent to hunt down the killers. Jack "Gorilla" Grant isn't your typical secret agent. Uncompromising and rough-edged, he doesn't fit in with the debonair intelligence operatives. Drawn into a deadly game, Jack soon realizes that even the perfect spy can die in a wilderness of mirrors. Praise: ★★★★★ - "It's obvious that Mr. Quinn has had actual experience in the world of covert operations. If you like espionage action stories, you're in for a treat." ★★★★★ - "A very nice mix of British formality in contrast to the heavy hand of the CIA. A satisfying read." ★★★★★ - "An intelligently written thriller." ★★★★★ - "You're in for a scamper across Europe and more than one surprise. A good old-fashioned cold war spy story." ★★★★★ - "It's been ages since I got my hands on a "can't put down" cold war spy novel. A Game for Assassins is it."
Genre: Literary Fiction
Book Length: Epic Novel - 650+ Pages