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So now Quiller is given a new mission, Meridian , and he has to contact a Russian, Zymyanin, and take over. Apparently, Zymyanin has vital information that London wants. The tension mounts as Quiller gets acquainted with Zymyanin and a Russian beauty, Tanya. As the train rockets through the snowy wastes, a murder throws the mission into jeopardy. This is no Orient Express conundrum, however — soon, very soon, Quiller is involved in betrayal, explosions, hairbreadth escapes and assassination.

Minor homage: in my Tana Standish psychic spy thrillers I use single word chapter headings, emulating the master, Adam Hall.

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On rare occasions when the pressures of a mission have forced him into a position where he must consider other people — sometimes a deadly opponent — he reveals compassion, surprising himself. It was there, after the patrol had gone past us without slowing, that she finally broke, and I stood holding her as the sobbing began, her body shaking with it, her tears streaming, jewelling the fur collar of her coat in the moonlight, all the fear and the misery and the loneliness coming out of her over the minutes until at last the force of her anguish broke through the protective shell of my reserves and reached the heart.

It was cold and Tanya insisted he share the blankets with her.

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Floreskand: Madurava. Mission: Prague. He does not carry a firearm "in peacetime".


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Indeed, this may mean that he has not carried one since World War II , reasoning that if he were caught, he would be able to explain anything he was carrying except a gun. He also believes that guns give their carriers a dangerously false sense of security, and dislikes the noise they make. His resistance to interrogation is exceptional and he has managed to keep the "suffix-nine" designation indicating he is "reliable under torture". He has a morbid dislike of dogs, especially guard dogs. Quiller's narration of the tradecraft he routinely employs is one of the defining elements of the novels.

Quiller: Quiller Meridian Bk. 17 by Adam Hall (1994, Paperback)

Certain other common factors appear. First, he is almost always reluctant to take on a mission and he regularly tells the reader all Bureau operatives have an option to refuse. Manipulation to get him to agree to the mission is usually necessary. Second, there is nearly always an explosion somewhere in the novel.

Third, at least one car chase can be expected. Indeed, this may mean that he has not carried one since World War II , reasoning that if he were caught, he would be able to explain anything he was carrying except a gun. He also believes that guns give their carriers a dangerously false sense of security, and dislikes the noise they make.

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Quiller Meridian

His resistance to interrogation is exceptional and he has managed to keep the "suffix-nine" designation indicating he is "reliable under torture". He has a morbid dislike of dogs, especially guard dogs. Quiller's narration of the tradecraft he routinely employs is one of the defining elements of the novels. Certain other common factors appear.

First, he is almost always reluctant to take on a mission and he regularly tells the reader all Bureau operatives have an option to refuse. Manipulation to get him to agree to the mission is usually necessary. Second, there is nearly always an explosion somewhere in the novel.

Third, at least one car chase can be expected. Fourth, in contrast to the glamorous lifestyles depicted in the James Bond canon, Quiller's operational locations are almost always unfriendly Warsaw in winter, the Sahara Desert under the blazing sun, etc.