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The Secret Servant (Harry Maxim series Book 1) characters Ò 104 ì [Epub] ➚ The Secret Servant (Harry Maxim series Book 1) Author Gavin Lyall – Eyltransferservices.co.uk A first class piece of work New York Times Book ReviewMajor Harry Maxim formerly of the SAS is as surprised as anyone when he is hired byHn Tyler a nuclear strategist who will state Britains case when Europes think tank on Armageddon gathers in Luxembourg The Secret ePUB #202 The Secret Servant is the first novel in the Major Harry Maxim Serie. Great characterisation and pace I have enjoyed all the Harry Maxim series I am absolutely delighted to rediscover this author

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Is a suspicious suicide at the Ministry of Defence and a hand grenade thrown through the door of number Major Maxims military intelligence training is put to the testIt all seems to point towards Professor Jo. Difficult to review a book like this without giving the game away Good enough aside from the irritating female spook Certainly entertaining than anything Le Carre has managed A page turner for the long winter evenings

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The Secret Servant Harry Maxim series Book 1A first class piece of work New York Times Book ReviewMajor Harry Maxim formerly of the SAS is as surprised as anyone when he is hired by Downing Street to assist in matters of defence and securityWhen there. Almost perfect clever plot realistic characterisation good snappy writing; I nearly knocked off one of the stars because it's a bit slow at the start with perhaps a bit much to ing and fro ing between officials but you need to understand this background to appreciate all the nuances so I put the star back on againIn my humble opinion Gavin Lyall outclasses all others in the thriller genre though he hasn't had nearly as much publicity as eg Le Carre or Frederick Forsyth Since there will be no from his pen I'm just going to have to read them for the second and many third time Unlike many another thriller Lyall's are rewarding to re read you always get details that you missed the first time