The Pilgrim sets off on a long and winding road

I knew I was going to love I Am Pilgrim by Terry Hayes right from the opening sentence. It was a line from a Beatles' song, "There are places I'll remember all my life—" The author obviously knows his audience. The story begins with a bizarre murder in a seedy New York Hotel. The crime scene replicates instructions detailed in a book written by a former high-level intelligence agent known under a variety of aliases that mask his real identity as Scott Murdoch a.k.a. The Pilgrim. When Murdoch is brought…

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