William Atlay's epic spy novel follows the career of William Johnston, a dedicated Royal Marine who becomes embroiled in espionage during the Cold War. On his return from assignment in Russia, Johnston is posted to Borneo and Singapore. His suspicions are roused when he recognises an officer who had allegedly died in Russia. Things are not what they seem. When a successful mission turns sour, Johnston soon discovers that he is being manipulated by mysterious forces. Overwhelmed by paranoia, he trusts no one, not even his friends and colleagues. After escaping capture, Johnston is determined to wreak revenge on the double-agents and embarks on a mission of his own. "The most dangerous enemy is the enemy within." This gripping debut is a captivating tale of deceit and retribution that will give the reader a thrilling insight into military life during this terrifying and uncertain age.