Synopses & Reviews
The New York Times bestselling author of Vodka and Messiah
London, 1952. Only hours before he is murdered, a prominent biochemist claims to know something that could change the world. Tracing the victim's final footsteps is ex-spy-turned-Scotland Yard detective Herbert Smith. It leads straight to a secret that is coveted by both the CIA and the KGB, and threatened by the last vestige of the Third Reich. REIVEW: "a smart bracing look at the legacy of Nazi scientific dreams."
"This is how thrillers should be done."
"Wonderfully unpredictable twists."
An evocative, gritty, and realistic page-turner full of international espionage and brilliant plot twists, "Visibility" marks a spine-tingling new achievement in Cold War thrillers. This is how thrillers should be done.--"Baltimore Sun."