After eight years of living in self-imposed exile in Vietnam, Eva is recruited once again by Britain’s Secret Intelligence Service, MI6. She uses a diamond mine in Vietnam – and herself – as bait to entrap Robie Frazer, a ruthless international entrepreneur suspected of assisting China’s illegal trade in nuclear weapons. Camouflaged by wealth and respectability, Frazer is the drug lord whose narcotics nearly destroyed Eva as she infiltrated his vast Asian empire years before. Now she’s willing to pay any price to destroy him. Even if it means sleeping with the enemy…
She’s driven to ever greater risks as she walks the thin line between desire and deception, one step away from discovery, and certain death…
From the mines of Vietnam to the Vancouver Stock Exchange, Wilderness of Mirrors exposes the dangerous world where high finance collides with the intelligence services.
‘Opens with a shudder…good rough and tumble stuff.’ The Times
‘Fast moving…parlays money, sex and mayhem into an exciting read.’ Publishers Weekely
‘Terrific.’ Woman’s Journal.
‘Davies’s prose is fast and tight. I found Wilderness of Mirrors so compelling I read it long into the night.’ Sunday Express.
Reader reviews on Amazon:
5.0 out of 5 stars Loved it!, March 24, 2012
By Bahia Honda (USA) – See all my reviews
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I love this author – she writes with great knowledge of the subject matter and writes very well. This book will absorb you from the beginning and you will find it very difficult to set it down. I have read almost all of her fiction books and can only hope that she is in the process of writing more.
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5.0 out of 5 stars ONE OF THE BEST BOOKS I’VE EVER READ!, April 29, 2001
By Imperial Topaz (Marrakesh, Morocco) – See all my reviews
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I read Nest of Vipers in one day, and I read this book the next day. I found it equally as good. I can hardly wait for Linda Davies next book!!!
5.0 out of 5 stars Great Book, 9 Oct 2012
By Mrs. J. I. Rich (Gloucestershire, UK) – See all my reviews
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I loved this book – well worth the money. Easy to read and lots of information, I learned a lot.
Linda Davies worked for seven years an as investment banker before escaping to write novels. Her first Novel, Nest of Vipers, has been published in over thirty countries, selling over two million copies. It has also been optioned three times by major Hollywood studios.
Linda has written four more novels for adults which have all been published internationally; Wilderness of Mirrors, Into the Fire, Something Wild and Final Settlement. She describes her books as rip-roaring adventures, set in the world of international finance, narco-trafficking and terrorism, where the heroine gets lots of action and drama as well as the man!
In Spring/summer 2014, Tor Books (Macmillan US) will publish her latest thriller, ARk Storm.
Linda lived in Peru for three years, and in the Middle East for eight years, during which time she was kidnapped by Iranian government forces and held hostage for two weeks in Iran. After UK government intervention, she was freed. She now lives deep in the English countryside.
Linda writes for young Adults too. Her first series, the Djinn Quintet – Sea Djinn, Fire Djinn, Storm Djinn and King of the Djinn (and in time War of the Djinn) – has been optioned by Hollywood producer, Sandy Climan.
As well as writing novels, Linda also writes for The Times, Sunday Times, Daily Telegraph, Independent and the Guardian newspapers in the UK, and the National Theatre. She is a winner of the Philip Geddes Prize for journalism. Linda is married with three children.
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