Tuesday, June 20, 2006

Gerald Seymour in The Weekly Standard

A review of Gerald Seymour's TRAITOR’S KISS appears in the The Weekly Standard (subscription required for the full text):
“Seymour, formerly a British television reporter, has been producing intelligent political and espionage fiction since Harry’s Game. While he provides enouch action, danger, and hardware to satisfy the bread-and-butter thriller buff, his complex and conflicted characters commend him to readers of masters like Eric Ambler, John Le Carre, and Graham Greene. His political message never overwhelms the human story, but Seymour clearly believes Russia’s threat to the West did not end with the fall of the Soviet Union.”
--John Mark

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