Gerald Seymour's international thrillers have topped best-seller lists in England and have been made into television movies in both the UK and the United States. Like Ken Follett and John le CarrE, he is a master at putting strong characters in compelling situations. When sources reveal that Iran's top assassin has targeted Frank Perry for his next kill, the British Security Service wants Frank to move from the quiet English seacoast village where he's been hiding for five years. But having left behind his life and family once before, Frank decides he's through running. As he and the government take protective measures, Frank discovers an unsuspected enemy: the fears and suspicions of his friends and neighbors. A Line in the Sand thrillingly examines the political and personal motives that move people to make stands for what they believe in. Narrator Simon Prebble accents a building suspense that will leave listeners breathless with anticipation.
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