Raymond Khoury “Rasputin’s Shadow”

December 31st, 2013

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When a Russian diplomat takes a header out the window of a New York city apartment that’s owned by a physics teacher who has disappeared, FBI special agent Sean Reilly may be the only one who can put the clues together.

In Raymond Khoury‘s thriller “Rasputin’s Shadow,” Reilly soon discovers a startling truth about the missing teacher, and it’s a story that goes back nearly a hundred years, because the teacher’s linked to a modern-day incarnation of the inner circle of the legendary Grigory Rasputin.

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And they’ve come up with a device that would impress Rasputin himself — it can alter human behavior.

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Matthew Dunn “Sentinel”

September 11th, 2012

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As the U.S. and Russia stand on the brink of war, there is only one man – a master spy named Will Cochrane – who can head it off.

Cochrane, whom we first met in Matthew Dunn‘s critically-acclaimed thriller Spycatcher – must find and unmask a double agent who’s the key to averting the crisis, in Dunn’s new thriller Sentintel.

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Dunn is, himself, a real life former MI6 field officer.

Now all Cochrane has to do is infiltrate a remote submarine base, find the MI6 agent, and decode his message.

Or die trying.

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Mark Henshaw “Red Cell”

June 5th, 2012

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Two CIA outcasts uncover evidence of a particularly dangerous Chinese weapon, in Mark Henshaw‘s debut thriller “Red Cell.”

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But whether anyone believes Kyra Stryker and Jonathan Burke, that there is a grave danger ahead, may depend on the CIA’s top asset in China, a man codenamed Pioneer. And he’s in trouble.

All this from a real-life CIA analyst, a writer who some describe as “the Tom Clancy of a new generation.”

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Sara Mansfield Taber “Born Under an Assumed Name”

March 6th, 2012

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“All through my childhood, my father’s shifting covert missions ruled us.”

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That’s what journalist Sara Mansfield Taber says in her new memoir “Born Under an Assumed Name: The Memoir of a Cold War Spy’s Daughter.”

Taber was the daughter of a covert CIA agent, raised in Asia, Europe, and the U.S., living a privileged but often furtive and confusing life that she didn’t understand until much later.

Finally in her teens she was let in on the secret, but to this day she still has far more questions than answers.

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Brad Thor “Foreign Influence”

June 30th, 2010

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Ex-Navy Seal Scot Harvath is looking for work, as Brad Thor‘s book “Foreign Influence” opens. Good thing for him the private sector is ready to scoop up a man with his skills, and before long Harvath is halfway around the world on a mission to find a bad guy nicknamed The Troll.

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