Two Guy Adams titles out this month. Already available is The Clown Service (Del Rey £8.99), described as: “Spooks meets The X-Files with a generous helping of Le Carré, and a dash of Stephen King.
Toby Greene has been reassigned … The Department: Section 37 Station Office, Wood Green … The Boss: August Shining, an ex-Cambridge, Cold War-era spy … The Mission: Charged with protecting Great Britain and its interests from paranormal terrorism … The Threat: An old enemy has returned, and with him Operation Black Earth, a Soviet plan to create the ultimate insurgents by re-animating the dead.”
Meanwhile, The Rain-Soaked Bride is out later this month (Del Rey £12.99):
“How do you stop an assassin that can’t be killed? When several members of the diplomatic service die in seemingly innocent, yet strangely similar circumstances, it seems a unique form of murder is being used. Toby Greene is part of Section 37, known as The Clown Service, a mostly forgotten branch of British Intelligence tasked with fighting exactly this kind of threat. However, the Rain-Soaked Bride is no ordinary assassin. Relentless, inexorable and part of a larger game, merely stopping this impossible killer may not be enough to save the day…”