The Moroccan Girl

The Moroccan Girl THE MOROCCAN GIRL is a standalone thriller from Charles Cumming Kit Carradine is the successful author of several best selling novels When he is approached by MI and asked to carry out a simple task

  • Title: The Moroccan Girl
  • Author: Charles Cumming
  • ISBN: 1250129958
  • Page: 415
  • Format: Hardcover
  • THE MOROCCAN GIRL is a standalone thriller from Charles Cumming.Kit Carradine is the successful author of several best selling novels When he is approached by MI6 and asked to carry out a simple task on behalf of his country while attending a literary festival in Morocco, he jumps at the chance.But all is not as it seems Carradine soon finds himself on the trail of Lara THE MOROCCAN GIRL is a standalone thriller from Charles Cumming.Kit Carradine is the successful author of several best selling novels When he is approached by MI6 and asked to carry out a simple task on behalf of his country while attending a literary festival in Morocco, he jumps at the chance.But all is not as it seems Carradine soon finds himself on the trail of Lara Bartok, a leading figure in Resurrection, a violent revolutionary movement targeting prominent right wing political figures around the world Caught between competing intelligence services who want Bartok dead, Carradine faces a choice to abandon Bartok to her fate or to risk everything trying to save her Get A Copy Kindle Store StoresAudibleBarnes NobleWalmart eBooksApple BooksGoogle PlayAbebooksBook DepositoryIndigoAlibrisBetter World BooksIndieBoundLibraries Or buy for Hardcover, 368 pages Expected publication February 12th 2019 by St Martin s Press More Details ISBN 1250129958 ISBN13 9781250129956 Other Editions 4 All Editions Add a New Edition Combine Less Detail edit details Friend Reviews To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up Reader QA To ask other readers questions about The Moroccan Girl, please sign up

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    • Charles Cumming

      Charles Cumming is British writer of spy fiction His international bestselling thrillers including A Spy By Nature, The Spanish Game, Typhoon and The Trinity Six A former British Secret Service recruit, he is a contributing editor of The Week magazine and lives in Londontp charlescumming

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    • 2.5 STARSI decided to read this one because I love spy novels, but I had a hard time getting into this one The formatting seemed to be off centered and wasn t helping my reading experience Unfortunately, I was confused early on and had to keep re reading sections Kit is looking for a M16 agent He is an author of spy novels and has been recruited to spy on a woman, Lara, who is part of a resistance group Kit eventually had to choose whether he would abandon Lara or save her, while putting hi 2.5 [...]


    • 4 stars to this spy thriller Kit Carradine is a famous author of best selling novels when he is approached by MI6 to complete a simple mission for his country as he attends a festival in Morocco Kit s mission doesn t end there, and he ends up trailing Lara Bartok, a member of the Resurrection, a violent group of revolutionists Kit finds himself at a crossroads where he can either save Lara or turn her over to the intelligence community The Moroccan Girl is an engaging spy thriller T 4 stars to t [...]


    • A group called Resurrection is kidnapping and killing AltRight figures writers, tv announcers, politicians It s an interesting concept of taking the fight to those that promote hate that quickly gets out of hand Meanwhile, a spy novelist is becoming bored with his life and jumps at the chance to help a group he thinks is the British Secret Service He is tasked with passing some money and documents while at a literary festival in Marrakech Also, being on the lookout for a missing agent A group ca [...]


    • In the weeks leading up to his appearance at a writers festival in Marrakech, spy novelist Kit Carradine is approached by a Secret Service agent and is persuaded to serve his country It seems straightforward enough he is to deliver some cash and a copy of one of his own novels to agents in Casablanca, then travel on to Marrakech for the festival where he is to look for, make contact with, and deliver a new passport to a Hungarian woman who has gone into hiding Why The woman is one of the f In th [...]


    • Kit Carradine is a 36 year old novelist of spy novels, who s going to be speaking at a seminar in Morocco An M16 officer asks him to deliver something to an agent there and Kit agrees to do so Soon though, he realizes that he s involved in something very big, very dangerous, and he s excited about that fact than dismayed Kit doesn t turn into James Bond thoughthis is an ordinary man, trying to figure out how to do a job, when his only experience is writing spy novels At times we get Kit Carradin [...]


    • An absolutely wonderful spy thriller that takes you through Casablanca,Morocco and Marrakech as a spy novelist is thrust into the part of a lifetime Imagine you are a lover of thrillers and spy books, wouldn t you like to help your country if tapped by the CIA or Secret Service This is exactly what happens to a spy novelist, whose father did work for his country, so of course he grasped at the chance and agreed The story that follows is exciting, with intelligent people and service member An abs [...]


    • I love reading fiction and non fiction books revolving around the world of espionage The Moroccan Girl by Charles Cumming is one spy novel you wouldn t want to miss if your preferences are same as mine.With an intriguing plot involving the intelligence agencies of the superpowers of the world, the novel delivers that sense of excitement one seeks when reading such stories And even though it is being presented as a standalone novel, the way it is concluded begs to differ Pretty sure a sequel I lo [...]


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