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AT RISK - STELLA RIMINGTON

At a meeting of the British Intelligence Joint Counter-Terrorist group an announcement is made that the opposition may be about to deploy an "invisible".  An invisible is a terrorist who is an ethnic native of the target country and who can cross its borders unchecked, travel about the country without being questioned and go about their business without little notice in the task of setting up to do some terrible harm.

Liz Carlyle, intelligence officer, has worked her way up through the ranks of Britain's Security Service, M15.  Once her agents analyze information, she realizes there definitely is a terrorist threat.

Will Liz be able to put her experience to work in tracking down the terrorist?  Will she be able to do this in time? 

This is an exciting thriller.  The book is loaded with suspense.  What makes this book a great read is Stella Rimington's descriptive style of writing.  She makes the reader feel like they are right there in the middle of the excitement.  This is Stella Rimington's debut thriller and if this is any indication of her writing ability, we certainly look forward to more books by this author.  All you spy fans are in for a treat!

REVIEWED BY NANCY EATON

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