At Risk

At Risk

Book - 2004
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At a weekly anti-terrorist meeting Liz Carlyle, MI5 Intelligence Officer, goes on alert when it is reported that an 'invisible', an unidentified British terrorist, has entered the country. As Liz gets more information and starts to put the pieces of the puzzle together she realizes that a major terrorist operation is underway.
Publisher: London : Hutchinson, c2004.
ISBN: 9780091799960
0091799961
0099461390
Branch Call Number: FIC Rimin
Characteristics: 393 p.

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EmilyEm
Aug 08, 2016

Liz Carlyle works for the UK’s internal intelligence service, MI-5, and is on the case of an ‘invisible’ whose goals and actions must be dissected to keep a terrorist action at bay.

MPR’s Kerry Miller’s The Thread suggested Rimington’s female spy for summer reading. As a long-time fan of the TV series ‘Spooks/MI-5’’, I gave this series a try. I’m hooked!

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millefleurs
Nov 20, 2012

I really enjoyed this novel. I appreciated its modesty, ie that it was a novel that did not go over the top with extravagant action. Knowing that the author was the previous head of MI5 may have given me a degree of confidence that the story had a strong sense of being based in reality. The heroine Liz Carlyle is a realistic figure and the other characters reeked of British traits and eccentricities. I look forward to reading more of Rimington's novels.

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Keogh
Sep 19, 2011

Entertaining first novel from the former MI5 director, pitting two unusual terrorists against a group of operatives and police in the English countryside. Rimington gives the appropriate amount of detail and has a good sense of pacing throughout, and her main character Liz is a strong woman with depth. I'll continue to read her later books.

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