"Sure to add to Allbeury's already large readership."—Time Out. As the world still reels from the Kennedy assassinations, an English intelligence operative uncovers a sinister conspiracy: the CIA has joined with the Mafia and communist Cuba to create sleeper agents, unwitting pawns hypnotized to kill on command. Now London wants in, setting its sights on the IRA and other enemies of the British Empire. In this spine-tingling suspense about one of the darkest eras in American history, the bestselling author of The Twentieth Day of January proves once again why The New York Times Book Review called him "a most knowledgeable chronicler of espionage."