No Tomorrow - Killing Eve (Paperback)Luke Jennings (author)
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The basis for Killing Eve, now a major BBC TV series, starring Sandra Oh and Jodie Comer
In a hotel room in Venice, where she's just completed a routine assassination, Villanelle receives a late-night call.
Eve Polastri has discovered that a senior MI5 officer is in the pay of the Twelve, and is about to debrief him. As Eve interrogates her subject, desperately trying to fit the pieces of the puzzle together, Villanelle moves in for the kill.
The duel between the two women intensifies, as does their mutual obsession, and when the action moves from the high passes of the Tyrol to the heart of Russia, Eve finally begins to unwrap the enigma of her adversary's true identity.
Publisher: Hodder & Stoughton General Division
Number of pages: 256
Weight: 184 g
Dimensions: 198 x 129 x 19 mm
'Enthralling... deftly shaped towards an excellent denouement in which both women revolt against their male bosses and the organisations behind them' - The Sunday Times
'Once again the reader is treated to a banquet of minced spies. The echoes of Ian Fleming and John le Carre are deafening and the ensuing double-crossing and switch-hitting outspoofs them both' - The Evening Standard
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“Fast paced, chilling, makes you laugh at inappropriate places - Excellent!”
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