The Failsafe Query by Michael Jenkins #BookReview #BlogTour

The Failsafe Query is a gripping thriller set in the contemporary world of modern British espionage.

Sean Richardson, a disgraced former intelligence agent, is tasked to lead a team to search for Alfie Chapman, an Intelligence officer on the cusp of exposing thousands of secrets to the media. This includes a long lost list of Russian moles embedded since the Cold War, one of whom remains a public favourite in the British parliamentary system.

The action moves with absorbing pace and intrigue across Central Asia and Europe as the puzzle begins to unfold through a deep hidden legacy.

Tense, fast-paced, and insightful, The Failsafe Query twists and turns to a satisfyingly dramatic finale. 

It's my pleasure to be hosting the blog tour for The Failsafe Query by Michael Jenkins today. Many thanks to the author, Unbound and Rachel Gilbey from Rachel's Random Resources for inviting me and for my digital copy of the novel.

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