The new, stunning, contemporary thriller from a master of the genre.
In 1992, after being fired from a top secret facility, a top KGB man buried a nuclear suitcase. Sixteen years later he has found a buyer for it.
An exchange point in Eastern Europe is agreed upon. Travelling with the buyer is an undercover policeman, working for MI6. But as their shadowy journey across Europe begins, it becomes clear to a top psychiatrist at MI6, that their man may be suffering from Stockholm Syndrome and the whole operation is very likely to be thrown into jeopardy . .
SEYMOUR is ‘The master…on every possible count’ Sunday Times, ‘A brilliant storyteller’ Sunday Express, ‘A master of his craft’ Sunday Telegraph
About the Author
Gerald Seymour’s blend of breathtaking storytelling and current events prescience make for spellbinding reading. Gerald Seymour was one of the UK’s premier television news reporters, an eyewitness to some of the epoch changing events of the last decades. His first novel, Harry’s Game established him as one of the most cutting-edge and incisive thriller writers in the UK and around the world.