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Dead Lions (Slough House Thriller #2) ebok

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*Discover The Secret Hours, the gripping new thriller from Mick Herron and an unmissable read for Slough House fans**Now a major TV series starring Gary Oldman*'The new king of the spy thriller' Mail on SundayIn the Intelligence Service purgatory that is Slough House, where spies mockingly called the slow horses are sent to finish what is left of their careers, their boss Jackson Lamb is on his way Oxford. A former spook has turned up dead on a bus.Not an obvious target for assassination, Dicki…

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Undertittel Slough House Thriller 2
Forfattere Ukjent (forfatter), Mick Herron (forfatter)
Forlag Baskerville
Utgitt 13 desember 2016
Sjanger Krim
Nummer i serie 2
Språk English
Format epub
DRM-beskyttelse LCP
ISBN 9781473621947

*Discover The Secret Hours, the gripping new thriller from Mick Herron and an unmissable read for Slough House fans*

*Now a major TV series starring Gary Oldman*


'The new king of the spy thriller' Mail on Sunday

In the Intelligence Service purgatory that is Slough House, where spies mockingly called the slow horses are sent to finish what is left of their careers, their boss Jackson Lamb is on his way Oxford. A former spook has turned up dead on a bus.

Not an obvious target for assassination, Dickie Bow was a talented streetwalker back in the day. Good at following people, bringing home their secrets. Dickie was in Berlin with Jackson Lamb. Now Lamb's got his phone, on it the last secret Dickie ever told, and reason to believe an old-time Moscow-style op is being run in the Intelligence Service's back-yard.

Once a spook, always a spook, and Dickie was one of their own. To unearth Dickie's dying secret Jackson Lamb and his crew of no-hopers is about to go live.

'Mick Herron is an incredible writer' Mark Billingham

'The spycraft of le Carré refracted through the blackly comic vision of Joseph Heller's Catch-22' Financial Times