The Janus Man

The Janus Man

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Title:The Janus Man
ISBN:9780002231022
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    The Janus Man Reviews

  • Igor Ljubuncic

    This is another proper spy book. And it starts by stating the obvious. There's a traitor in the MI6, and now we follow a bunch of characters around, trying to figure out who among it is. You know the ...

  • Luke Eadie

    A forgotten gem of a thriller. Colin Forbes has done it again, though I did notice that it had a bit of language. The others I have read had practically none at all. I can't wait to read another murde...

  • Mick Scrimshaw

    A really good old fashioned cold war thriller. Took me right back to the mid eighties and was especially weird as it had some genuine real life political characters from the time, although reading it ...

  • Jack Sakalauskas

    'Janus Man' is the fourth in a series of 'Tweed and Co.' It's another cold war plot of spy versus spy. This is the first time I've seen Spymaster Tweed come out from behind his desk and work in the fi...

  • C H

    Not bad. Only my second Colin Forbes book, I was looking for something akin to John Le Carre. This was sufficiently rich with geographical and procedural detail and to hold my interest, without any of...

  • Karl ěen

    SPOILERS Exciting, fast paced and confusing, but with a weak and unsatisfactory ending. Forbes used some of the plot tropes in The Stockholm Syndicate. In hindsight ForbesÔÇÖ characterization of Gorba...

  • Abhishek Prakash

    Oh Boy..A page turner. Once Tweed gets into his element, there is no stopping him and the pages keep on turning.The original team is building up...Bob, Pete, Butler, Monica....Marler yet to be introdu...

  • Stefan Salonen

    Forbes / Tweed i h├Âg form....

  • Nigel

    Re-reading the Tweed an Co series at the moment and have now completed #4 Janus Man. In this book we are introduced to one of the characters who will become a mainstay of the series Paula Grey, althou...

  • Diana

    Who has read this. What's your review ...