Fournier was being very naughty and it was important that the Brits got to him before the Americans, who had the evidence to blackmail him all the way to the Ninth Circle of Hell, where traitors were frozen in ice for all eternity.
"Wilson's smart, finely written sequel to The Envoy mines an underutilized place and period of cold war history: Berlin, 1956. ...will delight those readers looking for less blood and more intelligence in their spy thrillers." --Publishers Weekly
"A tense, cerebral, dark story, Wilson's latest will apeal to fans of John Le Carré" --Portsmouth Herald
"Wilson has written a gem of an espionage thriller built around the mystery of who Butterfly is...The traditional allies are enemies and some enemies become improbably allies in a mystery based spy novel that will hold the reader by the throat from beginning to end. Anyone familiar with the era will recognize the accuracy of Wilson's historical context and anyone seeking a thriller of page-turning brilliance needs look no further." --I Love a Mystery