“Enemy of The Good” By Matthew Palmer Is A Satisfying International Thriller

“The Enemy of The Good” by acclaimed novelist Matthew Palmer, is a novel based on experience: Both as a writer and a U.S. government professional at the center of country’s International relations. Palmer has tapped his quarter century-long career working for the U.S. Foreign Service for a series of diplomatic thrillers that have been singled…

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Alex Berenson Delivers A First-Class Spy Story In “The Prisoner”

Alex Berenson “John Wells” novels are among the more mature spy series in the market with 10 published installments ( (2016’s The Wolves being the most recent) . The Edgar-Award winner is now delivering an 11th novel with The Prisoner which takes his hero through a complex plot to uncover the identity of a traitor. Wells,…

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“CypherGhost”: A Gripping Techno-thriller By DS Kane

After working as a covert operative for over a decade and travelling the globe, DS Kane now writes fictions about how intelligence agancies craft lies to sway and manipulate their national policy. His latest techno-thriller CypherGhost is a fast-paced and gripping story which will keep you up reading the whole night. A Brief Summary:  She is…

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Notable Spy Novel: Twelve Days

Former New York Time reporter turned novelist Alex Berenson has the 9th installment of its John Wells spy novel series out: Twelve Days is a fast-paced thriller in which the hero has only twelve days to stop the United States from being tricked into invading Iran. A Brief Summary:  Twelve days. Wells, with his former CIA bosses…

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Our Pick In Spy Novel: The Heist By Daniel Silva

To be honest we have a weakness for the art theft stories and would love to read crime stories with such narratives. The Heist, the new novel by Daniel Silva is just that! This time the famous spy goes to different parts of Europe, from Italy to U.K. to Paris to unlock the link between…

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New Spy Novel: The Argentine Triangle

Allan Topol, the national bestselling author of nine novels of international intrigue, has a new spy novel out: It’s titled The Argentine Triangle, and you will love it in case you are looking for thrillers happening in Latin America. A Brief Summary: After a fall from grace and drastic cosmetic surgery in Switzerland, former CIA…

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History and Mystery: “Jack of Spies” By David Downing

Soho Crime’s new release Jack of Spies, the new novel by David Downing was just what we were waiting to read at the start of the summer. A nice historical spy story surrounding a salesman caught in a drama. A Brief Summary: It is 1913, and those who follow the news closely can see the…

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An Intriguing Thriller: “Warriors” By Ted Bell

The famous counterspy Alex Hawke is now back! This time he must rescue a kidnapped American scientist as the United States and China move dangerously close to all-out nuclear war in this adrenaline-fueled thriller in the New York Times bestselling series that combines the hallmarks of Clive Cussler, Tom Clancy, Ian Fleming, and Daniel Silva.…

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5 Great Spy Books To Read In The Summer

In the mood for some great spy books? We’ve picked 5 for you this time: From the masterful work of Olen Steinhauer to the literary work of William Boyd, you will enjoy every one of these titles. You can click on the images to go to Amazon page for each book and read more. Waiting…

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“Phantom” By Ted Bell

Ted Bell is an American author of suspense novels and is best known for his New York Times Bestselling series of spy thriller novels featuring the character Alex Hawke. Phantom is one of his latest books from this series. A Brief Summary: Visitors at an American theme park look on in horror as their carefree…

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“An American Spy” By Olen Steinhauer Is A Masterpiece!

Olen Steinhauer, in our point of view, is by far one of the best writers of International Espionage novels compared to his peers…we have rarely seen an author showing such degree of mastery as him and were thrilled to review An American Spy when we recently got a copy. A Brief Summary: In Olen Steinhauer’s…

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