The Switch

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Head of Zeus, Jun 13, 2017 - Fiction - 400 pages

One of the Guardian's Best Crime Books and Thrillers of 2017.

Michael Tanner is heading home from a business trip when he picks up the wrong laptop at airport security. The computer he takes home belongs to US senator Susan Robbins, and it contains top secret files that should never have been on there in the first place. With her career in politics on the line, Senator Robbins is determined to get her laptop back, whatever the cost...

Tanner is now a hunted man. But with the government against him, who can he trust to help him?

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'Fantastic ... Kept me absolutely on the edge of my seat' MARTINA COLE.
'Timely, twisty and impossible to put down' KARIN SLAUGHTER.
'A masterclass in ratcheting up the tension ... A classy, sophisticated thriller' J.P. DELANEY.

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User Review  - flourgirl49 - LibraryThing

Entertaining but far-fetched - seriously, who would keep a laptop that is picked up accidentally in an airport security line rather than just returning it to its rightful owner, especially when one ... Read full review

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User Review  - smik - LibraryThing

This story begins as a mistake anybody could make at an airport security line. When Michael Tanner opens up what he thinks is his MacBook at home and discovers it isn't his, he also discovers that the ... Read full review

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About the author (2017)

Joseph Finder is the New York Times bestselling author of fourteen novels including Judgement, Suspicion and The Fixer. Finder's international bestseller Killer Instinct won the International Thriller Writer's Award for Best Novel. He studied Russian at Yale and Harvard, after which he was recruited by the CIA. He lives in Boston, Massachusetts www.josephfinder.com

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