Book review: The Geneva Trap

The Geneva Trap sees a member of the Russian embassy reveal that a secret Anglo-American project has been infiltrated by a foreign power. The Russian source is taken back to back to Russia and the British Secret Services try to find the mole in the project.

I would recommend the book to fans of John Le Carre; there is lots of espionage and working out who is behind the plot. There is some action at the end of the novel with a race against time to save Liz Carlyle (the central character in the book), but it is not of the large explosions and gunfire type. I enjoyed the book.

Rating (out of 5): ****


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