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Trust No One by Anthony Mosawi

Trust No One (edition 2018)

by Anthony Mosawi (Author)

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Title:Trust No One
Authors:Anthony Mosawi (Author)
Info:Michael Joseph (2018), 384 pages
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Trust No One by Anthony Mosawi



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Trust No One – A Brilliant contemporary spy thriller

You would not believe this was a debut spy thriller from Anthony Mosawi, as he seems to have written something that will become a modern classic. While telling a story, Mosawi has a writing style that draws you in and when you next look up you are one hundred pages in and cannot book the book down.

When Social Services, in 1993, first find Sarah Eden, she is in what looks like a dirty cold bath, along side her is a polaroid photograph, inscribed do not trust this man and a locket. The reason she was there or who her mother was, she did not know, her mind being completely blank. Like a tape it had been wiped clean.

While in care she would escape and could hide in plain sight as if she had a third eye protecting her. She could not explain her strength or how she knew various things. She had no idea about her own skills or her own background. She just knew she needed to find her mother and find the answer to all her questions.

As Sarah got older, she had not been able to find her mother, and the search continued but she also recognised that she was being hunted herself. She knows she must gather intelligence herself and trust no one. Managing to get into GCHQ and getting through a couple of layers of security is easy, but she is able to get the information she needs before being discovered.

The intelligence community is search for someone, or a team of people that has been attacking members of a dark intelligence team. Taking the team out had seemed easy to whoever had gone to war on the British military intelligence. They needed to find out whoever it was, and they know that the key to many of their answers would be finding Sarah Eden.

A gripping thriller that will engross you from beginning to end. ( )
  atticusfinch1048 | Jan 11, 2019 |
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