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Sunday, 11 September 2011
‘Rip Tide’ by Stella Rimington
Meanwhile, the problem reaches MI5 Officer Liz Carlyle by a different route as the French Navy who captured the pirates have found that one of the gang has a British passport. Would Liz like to question the prisoner? During the decade that Liz Carlyle has been in MI5 things have changed dramatically following 9/11. So a British citizen of Pakistani descent in a gang of Somalis pirates raises a red flag.
As Liz investigates the background of the prisoner Amir Khan, and tries to make sense of the chain that has resulted in Amir being part of a pirate gang, a separate prong of attack is being put in place in
Whilst the investigation steps up, and Liz and her team try to get a handle on the facts and information that they are uncovering, equally fascinating are the behind the scenes politics and relationships inside MI5 and MI6
On a personal level Liz is currently enjoying a relationship with a French counterpart, but can relationships ever stand still?
An exciting entry in this excellent series, this book is recommended.
Earlier books in the series are: At Risk, Secret Asset, Illegal Action, Dead Line and Present Danger