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The Amateur Spy

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Author: Dan Fesperman

Publisher: Hodder & Stoughton, 425 pages

FREEMAN Lockhart is working for his old friend, Omar, in Jordan. However, hoping to suppress secrets about his own life, Freeman is also spying on Omar for a clandestine agency interested in Omar’s finances. Meanwhile, in Washington DC, Aliyah Rahim is watching her own husband, Abbas, closely. The death of their daughter has pushed Abbas over the edge of reason and he blames their loss on the post-9/11 American-Arab hostility and is planning a violent and terrifying act of revenge. Both Aliyah and Freeman are forced into a situation where the stakes are high and doing the right thing may be something which they would regret their whole lives.