Secrets. I place a premium on those spy novels where the characters are clever and when the secrets are worth keeping. Charles Cummin delivers both in his latest novel, The Trinity Six. All the key characters are clever, and their wily ways contribute to a reader’s engagement with the plot. Cummin takes the rumor that the infamous Cambridge Five soviet spy ring in Britain had a sixth member, and he methodically pursues the secret that has remained closely guarded for decades. The pacing of the novel begins modestly, and once a reader becomes comfortable with all characters, the pace accelerates toward a very satisfying resolution. Any reader who enjoys spy novels is likely to be entertained by this one.
Rating: Three-star (Recommended)
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