Bernard Samson suspects there is a traitor within his department of MI6. A jaded but highly skilled British intelligence agent nearing the end of his career, Samson already got KGB major Eric Stinnes to defect. But when a British KGB agent makes a sweeping confession with a suspicious undertone, the finger points straight back to London-where Stinnes is locked up, refusing to talk.
The spy who's in the clear doesn't exist. In the spec-tacular third novel in Len Deighton's Game, Set, Match trilogy, will Samson make the winning move?