Who Is Vera Kelly? - Rosalie Knecht

Who Is Vera Kelly?

By Rosalie Knecht

  • Release Date: 2018-06-12
  • Genre: Mysteries & Thrillers
We rated this book with: 5/5 stars

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"Gripping, subtle, magnificently written." —The New York Times Book Review

"A delectable page-turner . . . Vera Kelly introduces a fascinating new spy to literature’s mystery canon—one we hope sticks around long beyond this snappy, intimate debut." —Entertainment Weekly

New York City, 1962. Vera Kelly is struggling to make rent and blend into the underground gay scene in Greenwich Village. She's working night shifts at a radio station when her quick wits, sharp tongue, and technical skills get her noticed by a recruiter for the CIA.

Next thing she knows she's in Argentina, tasked with wiretapping a congressman and infiltrating a group of student activists in Buenos Aires. As Vera becomes more and more enmeshed with the young radicals, the fragile local government begins to split at the seams. When a betrayal leaves her stranded in the wake of a coup, Vera learns the Cold War makes for strange and unexpected bedfellows, and she's forced to take extreme measures to save herself.

An exhilarating page-turner and perceptive coming-of-age story, Who Is Vera Kelly? introduces an original, wry, and whip-smart female spy for the twenty-first century.

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  • Forgettable

    By John Mark O'Connell
    Though Rosalie Knecht’s book contains moments of great cleverness and rousing suspense, Vera Kelly falls flat as a character and exposition is crammed down the reader’s throat like castor oil. Mediocre at best and ultimately forgettable, but an enjoyable read nonetheless.

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