Never Look Back

Never Look Back

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by Ridley Pearson
     
 

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The cardinal rule of espionage: Never look back.

KGB agent "Dragonfly" knows it. A master of disguise, he's the ultimate terrorist, leaving headlines in his bloody path. Andrew Clayton forgot it. For eighteen inactive months, the hardnosed Security Intelligence agent has blamed himself for his brother's death at Dragonfly's hands. But now Dragonfly has

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The cardinal rule of espionage: Never look back.

KGB agent "Dragonfly" knows it. A master of disguise, he's the ultimate terrorist, leaving headlines in his bloody path. Andrew Clayton forgot it. For eighteen inactive months, the hardnosed Security Intelligence agent has blamed himself for his brother's death at Dragonfly's hands. But now Dragonfly has surfaced in Canada, and Clayton knows he's got one last shot at revenge. What Clayton doesn't know is that Dragonfly is armed with the supreme biological weapon, set to release its toxic devastation should his mission be compromised. Stopping Dragonfly without triggering a major disaster will be deadly-if not impossible. But for Andrew Clayton, it's something that must be done...

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"Ridley Pearson is one hell of a writer. He grabs, he twists, he tightens the screws until you're drained." —Clive Cussler

"Breakneck action!" —Kirkus Reviews

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780312929756
Publisher:
St. Martin's Press
Publication date:
01/28/1993
Edition description:
Reissue
Pages:
310
Product dimensions:
4.25(w) x 6.75(h) x 0.81(d)

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Never Look Back 2 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I will start off by saying I have liked each of his books that I have read '8' now but this one was pretty boring. The whole story seems terribly far fetched and to descriptive. The book never took off for me. The whole book seemed more like a research book. Everyone had money, the ins and out of the so called spy world he wrote about here just were boring. Nothing thrilling or suspenseful at all. In the end I couldnt wait for this one to be over. I am still sad how such a good writer can let one like this go by but I guess we all have our bad days..... Still a huge fan of Pearson but if you are looking for a book of his dont worry about picking this one up, you will more than likely have trouble staying awake