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Every new year, we look for some books which have the thrill of the chase, the madness of pursuit that we always seem to find in plenty in spy novels. From the master of this genre, Robert Ludlum, The Prometheus Deception is the perfect book to read in the cold winter afternoons when you go searching for a book to fill up the laziness all around.
Nick Bryson is a retired master spy, recruited back into the field to spy on the very organisation he used to work for, the Directorate, which seems to have gone rogue. Yeah, an agency has gone rogue, as opposed to the general spy-gone-rogue. Makes for a very interesting read.