Eve and Villanelle plan for a high-stakes showdown in this sophisticated follow-up to the spy thriller that inspired the hit TV series Killing Eve.
"If you want us to remain silent -- if you want to retain your freedom, your job, and your reputation -- you need to tell us everything, and I mean everything. . ."
We last saw Eve and Villanelle in a spy vs. spy race around the world, crossing powerful criminal organizations and dangerous governments, each trying to come out on top. But they aren't finished yet.
In this sequel to Killing Eve: Codename Villanelle, former M16 operative Eve reveals a new side to her strengths, while coming ever closer to a confrontation with Villanelle, the evasive and skilled assassin.
APPLE BOOKS REVIEW
Whether or not you’re a fan of TV’s mordant, campy Killing Eve, we’re pretty sure the Villanelle books on which the show is (loosely) based will suck you in. The second installment in Luke Jennings’ series finds British intelligence agent Eve Polastri still locked in her game of cat-and-mouse-and-inexplicable-chemistry with the killer Villanelle, she of the Hello! magazine approach to assassination. Contrivance piles on top of hilarious contrivance, and the echoes of John le Carré and Ian Fleming can be heard from London to the Austrian Alps. No Tomorrow is preposterous and spoofy fun.