Spy Out The Land


A classic spy novel for fans of Joe Kanon - impeccably researched, beautifully written.

A time of turbulence

1975. A summit has been arranged between the Rhodesian government and various nationalist leaders, and is due to take place in railway dining car 49, midway along Victoria Falls Bridge. But Matthew Charamba, a key player in the battle for majority rule in Rhodesia, is hiding a deadly secret.

A time of terror

Claire and Erik are living in Stockholm, raising their son, Ben. But their quiet life is about to unravel in explosive fashion. Each have hidden pasts, to which the other is oblivious, and those pasts have come back to find them.

Time for Paul Dark to take action

When his family is kidnapped, Paul Dark, the most resourceful and dangerous double-agent of the 20thcentury, must take action or lose the most precious people in his universe.realise that Dark, far from being dead, is on the move and leaving chaos in his wake…

‘A welcome return for one of spy writing’s most captivating characters, British traitor Paul Dark... Meticulously researched with shades of Le Carre-level intrigue and fantastic action scenes Jack Reacher would be proud of. A thriller of the top order’ Maxim Jakubowski, Lovereading

‘The key to Duns’ success is his ability to pen high-energy, enthralling action sequences allied to an impressive attention to detail, transforming the traditional spy classic into a compelling mirror of real-life history and politics’ Lancashire Evening Post

‘Brilliantly imagined ... The reader is left breathless by the twists and turns of a plot that throws up surprise after surprise, including its conclusion’ Rob Spence, Shiny New Books