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Henry Porter’s Paul Samson Trilogy Comes to a Rousing End

In The Old Enemy, former MI6 agent Samson finds himself at the center of an assassination attempt.

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Henry Porter has cemented his reputation as one of the finest living British espionage authors with the likes of Bradenburg Gate and Firefly, the first entry in the Paul Samson trilogy, which is coming to a conclusion with his latest release, The Old Enemy.

In his previous outings, retired MI6 agent Paul Samson may have found himself intertwined with the lives of the people he was trying to protect, but threats to his own life were limited to the fact of his career choice. But this time, someone is directly after Paul himself.

During a boring stint protecting brilliant young Zoe Freemantle, Paul himself is attacked by an assassin—although the thug who tried to kill him barely merits the word. Soon, people whose lives have been connected with Paul throughout the years are also coming under attack.

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Paul teams up with Anatasia Hisami, wife of billionaire Denis, to try to find out who’s aiming a gun at Paul’s head. This thrilling conclusion to the Paul Samson trilogy will find readers amidst a secret network of former Stasi communist agents whose ties to the US and UK government are unlike anything previously seen.

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