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THE REYKJAVIK ASSIGNMENT BLOG TOUR

November 21, 2016

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9781784970291

THE REYKJAVIC ASSIGNMENT ADAM LEBOR

Publication date by Head of Zeus November 3rd 2016

A lone agent. A terrifying enemy. UN negotiator Yael Azoulay uncovers a people-trafficking ring with links to Iran and Washington
International thriller from renowned political journalist Adam LeBor, taking us behind the scenes in the corridors of power.
UN covert negotiator, Yael Azoulay, has been sent to Reykjavik to broker a secret meeting between US President Freshwater and the Iranian president. Both parties want the violence to stop, but Yael soon realises that powerful enemies are pulling the strings. Enemies for whom peace means an end to their lucrative profit streams. In this gripping, intelligent thriller, Adam LeBor uses insights gained from twenty-five years of frontline reporting to show us who really has the upper hand in the international game of politics.
What the media are saying
A strikingly well-formed, smartly plotted thriller.  DAILY MAIL
Gripping and atmospheric.  CHARLES CUMMING
A page-turner thriller  IRISH TIMES
MY REVIEW
Beautiful written. Adam Lebor interest in the United Nations began in the early 1990s, when he discovered the Yugoslav wars as a journalist. Adam welcomes feedback from readers and replies to every e-mail. The book opens up Northern Syria. He dreams of death. The pistol’s muzzle, warm and heavy against the back of his neck. The sweet reek of cordite. A millisecond of agony. Oblivion . The blindfold was ripped from his head.

 

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