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Friday, July 1, 2011

RED STATION by Adrian Magson

After a botched drug bust, MI5 officer, Harry Tate is dispatched to “Red Station,” a remote outpost in the Balkans, where he notices very strange things are going on.

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2 comments:

Anonymous said...

This was written well and does a good job at tying up loose ends. Still, it took me a hundred pages to get into it. For me, thrillers often end up being less exciting than they first appear. It was true for this, too. I also didn't understand all the British acronyms, and I thought I knew British government/military terms pretty well.

There is a moderate amount of swearing in this. There is violence, but it's not gory, and very little sexual content.

Britt said...

This was okay. Kind of a disappointment. In a spy novel it's kind of a let-down when everyone really is who they appear to be.