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An American spy in China. Name: Unknown. Status: Sleeper. He's meant to be laying low, polishing his Mandarin and awaiting further instructions from Washington.

But Shandhai is a difficult city to sleep in, especially when his nights are taken over by the seductive but enigmatic Mei - a woman with secrets he'd rather not hear.

Then he is tasked with a delicate operation. Infiltrate the core of the Chinese intelligence service. Distinguish friend from foe. Report to a single contact at HQ. Trust no one. Tell no one.

Pushed out into the cold, in a city of millions he's suddenly very, very alone. But in Shanghai city you're never truly alone. Faceless strangers linger in the shadows, watching your every move. No one is safe from the Guoanbu. Not even a spy with no name...

©2013 Charles McCarry (P)2013 AudioGO Ltd

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  • Bryan Odell
  • 11-29-21

Maestro McCarry.

Peter Brooke carries this story impeccably, succinct and believable.
Only my second Charles McCarry book after Old Boys but this one impeccable in it’s story line and characters. My only small criticism is the undue haste with which it was wrapped up after an exhaustive and detailed story. Nevertheless I would highly recommend.