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The Reykjavik Assignment - Yael Azoulay 3 (Hardback)
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The Reykjavik Assignment - Yael Azoulay 3 (Hardback)

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Hardback 416 Pages / Published: 03/11/2016
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International thriller from renowned political journalist Adam LeBor, taking us behind the scenes in the corridors of power.

UN covert negotiator, Yael Azoulay, has been sent to Reykjavik to broker a secret meeting between US President Freshwater and the Iranian president. Both parties want the violence to stop, but Yael soon realises that powerful enemies are pulling the strings. Enemies for whom peace means an end to their lucrative profit streams.

In this gripping, intelligent thriller, Adam LeBor uses insights gained from twenty-five years of frontline reporting to show us who really has the upper hand in the international game of politics.

Publisher: Head of Zeus
ISBN: 9781784970291
Number of pages: 416
Dimensions: 228 x 145 mm


MEDIA REVIEWS
'Imaginative take on geopolitics ... the action never flags' Sunday Times Crime Club.
'A fast-moving international conspiracy theory thriller ... Lebor's thrillers are grounded in realpolitik and he is particularly knowledgeable here on the situation in the Middle East' Shots Magazine.
'Sharp, evocative, rhythmic, visual, terrifying' Frost Magazine.
'With this book, UK journalist Adam LeBor's electrifying Yael Azoulay trilogy comes to an end. His sharp, gripping narrative delves into the intricacies of geopolitics' Monocle magazine.
'A thriller with a difference' Booktrail.
'This fast-moving, refreshingly intelligent story is packed with insider knowledge' Daily Mail.
'Hooked me from the prologue ... I found myself totally engrossed ... chillingly prescient' Nudge Book.
'A real page turner. It also makes you think what kind of world we live in and what we mere mortals may not know about what is being done in our name' Tripfiction.
'An entertaining and at times gripping journey full of murder and intrigue through the corridors of global power' The Jewish Chronicle.
'There are characters you can believe in and a heroine to identify with and plenty of twists and betrayals and sudden surprises to satisfy any addict of spy and global skullduggery novels. And all written with pace that turns the pages' Tribune Magazine.

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TripFiction

“Thriller set largely in NEW YORK”

The Reykjavik Assignment is, despite the clue in its title, a thriller set largely in New York (to be precise for 332 out of 448 pages in the edition I read…). Not that this in any way detracts from a quite excellent,... More

Hardback edition
29th December 2016
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“Masterly conspiracy thriller”

The Reykjavik Assignment - Adam Lebor
(The third book in the Yael Azoulay series of political thrillers).

Yael Azoulay works for the United Nations as a senior covert negotiator for Secretary General, Fareed... More

Hardback edition
11th November 2016
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