London 1967. A working girl is brutally murdered in a Soho club. Rina Walker takes out the killer and attracts the attention of a sinister line-up of gangland enforcers with a great deal to prove.
When a member of British Military Intelligence becomes aware of her failure to fulfill a contract issued by an inmate of Broadmoor, he forces her into the deadly arena of the Cold War, with orders to kill an enemy agent.
Rina needs to call upon all her dark skills, not simply to survive, but to protect the ones she loves.
Stealth is the fourth book in the fabulous Rina Walker series and probably best read in order.
What I really love about these books is how the author brings the sixties very much to life. The cars, the music, the clothes, you really get transported back to that era and whilst I may not have been born then, I can still appreciate what life was like then.
Rina is a woman with morals. Even in her line of work there are some lines that she won’t cross. This inevitably causes issues. Rina as usual finds herself getting involved in issues she would rather not be as well as putting her own life at risk.
As I have come to expect from this authors books, this was another gripping, fast paced read with lots of action. I love how even set years ago, the author has made it very current with a strong protagonist who is in a relationship with another woman who has been around since book one. I like that there is a long lasting partner as all to often in this sort of genre, relationships sadly never seem to last for long. Then again Lizzie is also very much a best friend to Rina also. They are almost soul mates.
Stealth is a compulsive read that had me tearing through the pages. With some unexpected turns and twists, the author ensures he keeps the reader on the edge of their seat, holding on for dear life. A series that just gets better and better.
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