The Spy Coast

The Spy Coast

Fiction & Poetry, Crime, Thrillers & True Crime, Crime & Thrillers
Paperback Published on: 12/09/2024
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Published 12/09/2024
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Synopsis

**THE INSTANT SUNDAY TIMES BESTSELLER**

The Thursday Murder Club on steroids’ SAGA Magazine

'Irresistible and highly recommended!' LEE CHILD

'I loved it. A hugely entertaining read!' ANN CLEEVES

'A nice take on retirement-five old spooks whose bones may ache but whose minds remain sharp. You can expect mystery, action, and bloodshed in this exciting thriller' - Kirkus

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INTRODUCING MAGGIE BIRD

IN A RIVETING NEW SERIES FROM THE SUNDAY TIMES BESTSELLING AUTHOR

Maggie Bird is many things. A chicken farmer. A good neighbour. A seemingly average retiree living in the seaside town of Purity. She's also a darned good rifle shot. And she never talks about her past.

But when an unidentified body is left on Maggie's driveway, she knows it's a calling card from old times. It's been fifteen years since the failed mission that ended her career as a spy, and cost her far more than her job.

Step forward the 'Martini Club' - Maggie's silver-haired book group (to anyone who asks), and a cohort of former spies behind closed doors. With the help of her old friends - and always one step ahead of the persistent local cop - Maggie might still be able to save the life she's built.

IT'S THE PERFECT PLACE TO RETIRE . . . UNTIL THEY FIND YOU.

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Praise for The Spy Coast:

'Gerritsen is a born storyteller, and this new series showcases her talents more than ever' LEE CHILD

'Echoes of Richard Osman but Gerritsen offers us a darker and consistently exciting thriller' THE MAIL ON SUNDAY

'Action-packed pages, G-force twists and turns, and a platoon of fascinating characters' DAVID BALDACCI

'A riveting tale filled with engaging characters' KATHY REICHS
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The Summer Guests, the second book in the Martini Club series is AVAILABLE FOR PRE-ORDER.

  • Publisher: Transworld Publishers Ltd
  • ISBN: 9781804992890
  • Number of pages: 464
  • Weight: 500g
  • Dimensions: 198 x 127 x 35 mm

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