One of the Guardian’s Best Crime Books and Thrillers – The Switch. 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 high secret files that ought to never are on there in the 1st 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?
‘Hitchcock would have loved Joseph Finder’s The Switch’ Guardian. ‘The plotting is first class, the characterization is sublime and the way Finder injects pace into a story about nothing more than an absent-minded mistake is a masterclass’ Crime Squad. ‘An adrenaline-filled cat-and-mouse story that has some of the most amazing chase scenes I’ve ever read’ K.J. Howe, Metro.
‘A gratifying cat-and-mouse chase, with dark shadows of Snowden and Wikileaks’ The Times, Summer Reads 2017. ‘Fast-moving action, and a clever political background, some of it not entirely unfamiliar these days’ The Times. ‘Finder takes a random mixup that could happen to any of us and spins it into a nail-biting nightmare’ Linwood Barclay. ‘Seemingly ripped from recent headlines, Finder’s latest is one of his most fiendishly plotted and eerily relevant thrillers … So, A master of what might be called the “man in over his head” story,
About the Author
Joseph Finder is the new york Times bestselling author of 10 novels, as well as 2014’s Suspicion. Also, Finder studied Russian at Yale and Harvard, after which he was recruited by the CIA. He lives in Boston, Massachusetts.