The Geneva Trap Reviews
"A family matter involving Liz dilutes the urgency of the primary plot somewhat, but the machinations of the intelligence business, which Rimington knows well as the former MI5 chief, fascinate." - Publishers Weekly
"The decades-old spy question of whom can you trust plays out against a backdrop of escalating terror in this time-sensitive, well-plotted thriller." - Booklist
"Considering the magnitude of the threat and the echoes of From Russia with Love and Diamonds Are Forever (the film, not the book), everything gets wrapped up suspiciously neatly, even though, as Liz sagely remarks, 'I wonder if we'll ever know what this was really all about.'" - Kirkus
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