I dont seem to know how to post a picture of the cover of the book. In this case you are not missing much as its rather drab!
The story was not though.
Very fast paced and you have to be on your toes to see whether Max Geller is being pursued by M16 the CIA or the Russian Police or the Russian mafia, actually both.
The story moves very quickly between one location and the next and seems slightly fantastical to a layman but I suppose this is the way high treason/spying works!
Lots of betrayal, a President out for himself (money laundering in a huge manner) do you see the trend and a familiar figure peeking out! Very easy to relate to despite the quick work on the part of all parties involved.
Interesting read of this genre to have. Sent by Netgalley for an unbiased review, courtesy of OceanView Publishing.