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Lorraine AdamsWhat Carr can do is write vivid American spies, male and female. She captures both the weariness of jaded case officers and the energetic cynicism of their younger colleagues. And in Katherine Caldwell, she has created the kind of smart striver who's neither fatally ambitious nor an unbelievable femme fatale. Kat knows her business and understands bad odds, in romance and in spycraft. Almost singlehandedly, she manages to keep this spinning top of a novel guiltily entertaining.
—The New York Times