Surveillance by Jonathan Raban
Reviewed by Anya Yurchyshyn
"Jonathan Raban's new novel Surveillance is about life under watch: the government watches for disasters and terrorists, and people watch the government. Its main subject is a journalist who fears her profile subject may be a fraud. As befitting her surroundings, she becomes obsessed with discovering his real identity. It's a somewhat interesting premise until, well, it isn't...." Read the entire Esquire review.