By Olen Steinhauer
Milo Weaver has nowhere to show yet again to the CIA in Olen Steinhauer’s fabulous follow-up to the New York instances bestselling espionage novel The Tourist</I> <I>The Tourist, Steinhauer’s first modern novel after his awardwinning ancient sequence, used to be a runaway hit, spending 3 weeks at the New York occasions bestseller checklist and garnering rave reports from critics.
Now confronted with the top of his quiet, settled lifestyles, reluctant secret agent Milo Weaver has no selection yet to show again to his outdated task as a “tourist.” sooner than he can come again to the CIA’s soiled paintings, he has to end up his loyalty to his new bosses, who recognize little of Milo’s history and no more approximately who's rather pulling the strings within the govt above the dept of Tourism—or within the open air international, that is starting to think the legend of its lifestyles. Milo is unexpectedly in a perilous place, among correct and improper, among strong self-interested males, among patriots and traitors—especially as a guy who has not anything left to lose.
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Most people won’t do that. They see people running, screaming, they head the other way—it’s instinct—but a good photographer stays where he is. He waits for the image. And if “the image” is a tidal wave? Burke laughed. It helps to be a good swimmer. But he’d always had second thoughts about photography. Though he’d won a boxful of awards, and covered everything from a gypsy wedding in Siberia to the dragon-boat races in Macao, most of his work revolved around mayhem. An earthquake in Turkey, a mass grave in Kosovo, a beheading in Chop Square.
Hakim said this as if he were explaining the obvious. ” Wilson nodded. “It makes me invisible,” Hakim said. Wilson got it, but he didn’t buy it. After a week in Lebanon, it was obvious that the Arab knew how to enjoy himself, whatever the Koran might say about it. Their second night in Beirut, Hakim had gotten drunk in the bar of the St. Georges Hotel, eventually wandering off with an expensive-looking girl young enough to be his granddaughter. Was that an exercise in cover? Either way, there was no denying Hakim’s commitment to “the cause,” and even to the plan at hand.
At the checkpoint leading to the docks, the driver flipped open a worn wallet and extracted a folded piece of paper, which he handed over for inspection. The guard perused it, carefully refolded it, and handed it back, giving some instructions. They passed a couple of small freighters being unloaded by gantry cranes, then skirted a large structure that looked to be a drydock. And then, there it was: The Marmara Queen. The links that made up the anchor chain were as thick as Wilson’s wrists. It flew the Turkish flag, crescent and star bright white against the crimson background.