You’ll be hard-pressed to find an espionage thriller as gritty, as prescient, as real as Queen & Country, Greg Rucka’s award-winning comic that follows the successes – and, more telling, the failures – of Britain’s Secret Intelligence Service. This, the fifth collection of the ongoing series, finds Tara Chace and the Minders – fellow field operatives – mourning the loss of one of their own while running down the kidnappers of a Russian national. Like the best spy-game authors, Rucka has done his research – the scenarios feel ripped from the stuff they won’t let us see on the evening news. Makes you wonder why novels rarely read this deep.
Queen & Country -- Operation: Storm Front You'll be hard-pressed to find an espionage thriller as gritty, as prescient, as real as Queen & Country, Greg Rucka's award-winning comic that...Queen & Country -- Operation: Storm FrontGreg Rucka You'll be hard-pressed to find an espionage thriller as gritty, as prescient, as real as Queen & Country, Greg Rucka's award-winning comic that...2004-05-14Oni
Author: Greg Rucka; Publisher: Oni
Posted May 14 2004 — 12:00 AM EDT
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