Inside the Triangle
by John Baxter
Fans of political intrigue are in for a treat-Inside the Triangle is loaded with razor-sharp, observant narration and a story that crackles with ... Show synopsis Fans of political intrigue are in for a treat-Inside the Triangle is loaded with razor-sharp, observant narration and a story that crackles with suspense from page one. Tom Williams appears to have an ordinary life in Germany. Happily married, he and his wife and son enjoy the good life that his position as Economic Counsel in the British Consulate-General of Munich brings. But there's more to Tom than meets the eye-in reality, he's an officer with the British Secret Intelligence Service (SIS), and he's in for the most dangerous mission of his career. A bomb attack kills the German Chancellor, the British Ambassador to Germany and a host of other dignitaries. Tom witnesses the horrific murders and soon learns that Europe is faced with a terrorist force of unknown origins. Britain becomes another target and Tom and his boss are on a race against time to figure out who is responsible before terror strikes again. Who is responsible? Is it right-wing radicals scattered across Europe or a cell that's linked to a much larger and more deadly source? Someone will pay, and with retribution. Baxter's electrifying novel catapults the reader into a thrill ride of an adventure that doesn't let up-from Europe to Hong Kong.