By Chris Pavone
From the writer of the recent York Times-bestselling and Edgar Award-winning The Expats
As sunrise ways in ny, literary agent Isabel Reed is popping the ultimate pages of a mysterious, nameless manuscript, racing throughout the explosive revelations approximately strong humans, in addition to long-hidden secrets and techniques approximately her personal earlier. In Copenhagen, veteran CIA operative Hayden grey, decided that this sweeping tale be buried, is abruptly staring down the barrel of an unforeseen gun. And in Zurich, the writer himself is hiding in a shadowy expat existence, attempting to compensate for a lifetime’s worthy of lies and betrayals with booklet of The twist of fate, whereas continuously having a look over his shoulder.
Over the process one lengthy, determined, more and more perilous day, those lives collide because the booklet starts its risky march towards booklet, towards saving or ruining careers and firms, putting every thing at risk—and every body in mortal peril. the wealthy forged of characters—in publishing and movie, politics and espionage—are all compelled to confront the results in their objectives, the schisms among their excellent selves and the folk they really became.
The motion rockets round Europe and throughout the USA, with an complex net of duplicities stretching again a quarter-century to a dismal winding highway in upstate big apple, the place the stunning fact in regards to the coincidence itself is buried.
Gripping, subtle, layered, and most unlikely to place down, The twist of fate proves once more that Chris Pavone is a real grasp of suspense.