At Risk

At Risk

eBook - 2005
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A deadly terrorist threat draws British intelligence officer Liz Carlyle into a dangerous pursuit in which she discovers that her unique ability to get inside the enemy's head could be the only hope of averting a horrific disaster.
Publisher: New York : Alfred A. Knopf : Distributed by Random House, [2005]
Edition: 1st American ed
ISBN: 9781400044788
Characteristics: 1 online resource (367 p.)


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Aug 08, 2016

Liz Carlyle works for the UK’s internal intelligence service, MI-5, and is on the case of an ‘invisible’ whose goals and actions must be dissected to keep a terrorist action at bay.

MPR’s Kerry Miller’s The Thread suggested Rimington’s female spy for summer reading. As a long-time fan of the TV series ‘Spooks/MI-5’’, I gave this series a try. I’m hooked!

Nov 20, 2012

I really enjoyed this novel. I appreciated its modesty, ie that it was a novel that did not go over the top with extravagant action. Knowing that the author was the previous head of MI5 may have given me a degree of confidence that the story had a strong sense of being based in reality. The heroine Liz Carlyle is a realistic figure and the other characters reeked of British traits and eccentricities. I look forward to reading more of Rimington's novels.

Sep 19, 2011

Entertaining first novel from the former MI5 director, pitting two unusual terrorists against a group of operatives and police in the English countryside. Rimington gives the appropriate amount of detail and has a good sense of pacing throughout, and her main character Liz is a strong woman with depth. I'll continue to read her later books.


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