Following the wildly popular BBC America adaption of Codename Villanelle, a high-stakes, addictive installment of Jennings's acclaimed Killing Eve series. Though the cat and mouse chase between these two lethal adversaries has seemingly ended, the sophisticated, deadly thrill of Eve and Villanelle's relationship is far from over. Told in Jennings's stylish prose, Killing Eve: Endgame is another page-turning chapter in the espionage exploits of Eve and Villanelle.
About the Author
Luke Jennings is the author of the memoir Blood Knots, shortlisted for the Samuel Johnson and William Hill prizes, and of several novels, including the Booker Prize-nominated Atlantic. His previous book Codename Villanelle is the basis for BBC America's TV series Killing Eve starring Sandra Oh and Jodie Comer. As a journalist he has written for the Observer, Vanity Fair, the New Yorker, and Time.
“Boldly and perhaps a little mischievously, Jennings steals a march on his adapters by making Eve and Villanelle/Oxana an item from the outset…The real business of Jennings’s smart and seductive finale, though, is psychological.”—John Dugdale, The Sunday Times