Michael J. Canuck: British mother, Canadian diplomat father, Russian grandmother. Two years in Oxford University, dropped out. Two years at Army Officer college, dropped out. Two years with Interpol, dropped out. Two years with British Intelligence (SIS), dropped out of regular work to become a freelancer. Given an assignment, he never gives up.
Mohammad Sayeed is a Pakistani nuclear scientist blamed for assisting the Iranian nuclear programme. His brother lands in Europe, a simple tail job assigned to Canuck. What could go wrong? Without wishing to be, Canuck is about to find himself at the centre of things.
Martin Colette eased back in his chair, taking a break from his computer screen, a glance at his secretary as she busied herself behind her own computer.
After twelve years with the service, Colette was now the...