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Sentinel

Sentinel

Written by a real-life James Bond, SENTINEL is the brand new espionage thriller in Matthew Dunn’s gripping Spycatcher series.

‘He has betrayed us and wants to go to war.’

That was the cryptic message received by the CIA from an agent operating deep undercover in Russia. Unable to make contact, the Director of Operations is forced to turn to one of his most deadly field officers: Will Cochrane. His mission: track down the agent and decode the message – or die trying.

Will successfully locates the agent, but finds him near death, his last words: ‘Only Sentinel can stop him.’ Now it’s up to Will, with the help of the top-secret joint CIA-MI6 Spartan Section, to discover the identity of the legendary operative known only as Sentinel – before a new cold war erupts.
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Genre: Fiction & Related Items / Thriller / Suspense / Espionage & Spy Thriller

On Sale: 3rd January 2013

Price: £14.99

ISBN-13: 9781409109730

Reviews

As in Spycatcher, Dunn's action scenes are vividly drawn. Lovers of derring-do will love this series
Booklist
Dunn delivers insights into a world most of us will never experience - except between the covers of a book, or maybe someday in a movie as good as the best of the Bond and Bourne sagas
OAKLAND TRIBUNE
Great talent, great imagination, and real been-there, done-that authenticity. . . Highly recommended
Lee Child on Spy Catcher
Dunn, a former M16 officer, fashions a Nietzschean hero who looks poised to give Lee Child's Jack Reacher a run for his readers . . . This is a twisty, cleverly crafted work
KIRKUS REVIEWS on Spycatcher
Matthew Dunn is a very talented new author. I know of no other spy thriller that so successfully blends the fascinating nuances of the business of espionage and intelligence work with full-throttle suspense storytelling
Jeffery Deaver on Spycatcher
Terse conversations infused with subtle power plays, brutal encounters among allies with competing agendas, and forays into hostile territory orchestrated for clockwork efficiency but vulnerable to deadly missteps. . . . A stylish and assured debut
WASHINGTON POST on Spycatcher
Like le Carré and Fleming before him, Dunn is the real thing, a former member of SIS turned fictional chronicler of the secret world. . . . Meet Will Cochrane, a one-man weapon of mass destruction; 007 is a cocktail-sipping lush compared with Cochrane
DAILY TELEGRAPH on Spycatcher
A real spy proves he is a real writer-and a truly deft and inventive one. This is a stunning debut
Ted Bell on Spycatcher