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SUNDAY TIMES THRILLER OF THE MONTH
‘Spectacular.’ Mail on Sunday
‘Top-tier.’ New York Times
The pulse-racing international thriller of the year
Meet Will Rhodes: travel writer, recently married, barely solvent, his idealism rapidly giving way to disillusionment and the worry that he’s living the wrong life. Then one night in Argentina a beautiful woman makes him an offer he can’t refuse. Soon Will’s bad choices – and dark secrets – take him across Europe, from a Bordeaux chateau to a midnight raid in Paris, from a Dublin dive-bar to a mega-yacht in the Mediterranean and an isolated cabin perched on the cliffs of Iceland.
As Will is drawn further into a tangled web of international intrigue, it becomes clear that the network of deception ensnaring him is part of an immense and deadly conspiracy with terrifying global implications – and that the people closest to him may pose the greatest threat of all.
‘Continues his run of smart, elegant thrillers . . . written with wit and charm as well as satirical brio.’ Guardian
‘It’s hard to believe this is only Pavone’s third book – he’s already an automatic must-read for me.’ LEE CHILD
‘A successful mix of Gone Girl and John Le Carré … Events speed to a spectacular denouement.’ Mail on Sunday, Thriller of the Week
'I love Chris Pavone's writing, it's smart and elegant and brilliantly intertwines intrigue with menace.'
'The Travelers combines Pavone's trademark Swiss-watch plotting with warm and human characters caught up in a deadly scenario that gets plausibly and inevitably more dangerous as each page turns. It's hard to believe this is only Pavone's third book - he's already an automatic must-read for me.'
'[One] of the most intelligent thrillers of the year. Engaging, complex, fully fleshed characters with believable backstories and narrative depth and elegance to go along with suspense and derring-do.'
'The Travelers puts Pavone's excellent pacing on parade; it's a fast, fun read, like binge-watching Alias.'
With its intricate plot pinballing down dual, occasionally criss-crossing tracks, the story offers plenty of page-turning action in exotic locales.
A Hitchcockian thriller... [Pavone] brings on a full slate of characters, sharply etching their dress, their moves, their motives, all the while evoking the world they occupy.
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