Britain's Department Z faces its biggest test when the organisation is threatened by an enemy within its own walls.
Charles Corliss, son of a murdered agent from Department Z, seems like the perfect recruit for the ultra-secret spy organisation. But when things start going seriously wrong, the agents begin to suspect that this charming young man is not as loyal as he first seemed. Filled with hate for the organisation that allowed the death of his father, Charles begins to sabotage the department as a double agent dedicated to the Communist cause.
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About the Author
Master crime fiction writer John Creasey's 562 titles have sold more than 80 million copies in over 25 languages. After enduring 743 rejection slips, the young Creasey's career was kickstarted by winning a newspaper writing competition. He went on to collect multiple honours from The Mystery Writers of America including the Edgar Award for best novel in 1962 and the coveted title of Grand Master in 1969. Creasey's prolific output included 11 different series including Roger West, the Toff, the Baron, Patrick Dawlish, Gideon, Dr Palfrey, and Department Z, published both under his own name and 10 other pseudonyms.
Creasey was born in Surrey in 1908 and, when not travelling extensively, lived between Bournemouth and Salisbury for most of his life. He died in England in 1973.