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978-0008363512

Kennedy 35

Kennedy 35

by Charles Cumming

Publisher HarperCollins

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About the book

The third book in Charles Cummings gripping new thriller series surrounding BOX 88 a covert intelligence organization that operates below the radar.

1995: In the wake of the Rwandan genocide, 24-year-old spy Lachlan Kite and his girlfriend, Martha Raine, are sent to Senegal on the trail of a hunted war criminal. The mission threatens to spiral out of control, forcing Kite to make choices that will have devastating consequences not only for his career at top-secret intelligence agency BOX 88, but also for his relationship with Martha.

2023: Eric Appiah, an old friend from Kites days at school and an off-the-record BOX 88 asset, makes contact with explosive information about what happened all those years ago in West Africa. When tragedy strikes, Kite must use all his resources to bring down a criminal network with links to international terror Ķ and protect Martha from possible assassination.

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About the Author

Charles Cumming

Charles Cumming was born in Scotland in 1971. He was educated at Eton and graduated from the University of Edinburgh in 1994 with First Class Honours in English Literature. In 1995, he was approached by the UK’s Secret Intelligence Service (MI6).


The Observer has described him as “the best of the new generation of British spy writers who are taking over where John le Carré and Len Deighton left off”.


Charles Cumming’s novels have been translated into thirteen languages. His work is published in the United States by St Martin’s Press.


He is one of the trustees of The Pierce Loughran Memorial Scholarship fund which provides tuition fees for the Yeats Summer School in Sligo, Ireland. In 2008 he was a First Story writer-in-residence at Cranford Community College, London. He is also the founder and President of the Jose Raul Capablanca Memorial Chess Society.


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