MI5 intelligence officer Liz Carlyle has just been despatched to Northern Ireland. In Belfast, Liz and her team are monitoring the brutal breakaway Republican groups who never accepted the peace process and want to continue their 'war'. Intelligence is focused on the shady Fraternity, with links to drug-running, arms-dealing and organised crime. It is a perilous group to become involved with. Especially if your informant turns tail...
A good story that keeps the listener entertained through to the end. The narration is also good, although it took a while to get used to some of the accents. The only criticism I have is that Rimington could have brought more of her Mi5 knowledge to the story. The Mi5 element of the story is never really expanded and I felt lacked some dpeth compared to books of a similar genre. However, entertaining none the less...
Good book, shame about the narrator
An entertaining read/listen but the narrator was truly awful. Her Northern Irish accents were terrible, more like a bad impersonation of Scottish. She made every character sound like they were in a comedy or a kid's pantomime instead of a crime novel. Her bad accents, ridiculous caricatures and constant nasally squawk made me want to abandon this book.