Spies among us

Spies are back! 

Modern spies are now tracking down international terrorists while their historical counterparts operate during the world wars or the Cold War.  You’ll find lots of action in these edgy, dark thrillers.

Agents of treachery

Agents of treachery

An anthology of original works by favorite genre authors includes such contributions as Lee Child's vision of a special ops cell formation, James Grady's tale of an undercover agent working with an active cell, and Joseph Finder's story about a Boston architect who comes to suspect his Middle East neighbors.

Bloodmoney : a novel / David Ignatius

Bloodmoney : a novel / David Ignatius

A young CIA officer, Sophie Marx, must discover who is killing the members of a new CIA intelligence unit in Pakistan and begins her search at a London hedge fund that has been providing cover for the secret operation.

The network : a novel / Jason Elliot

The network : a novel / Jason Elliot

Based on real characters, a prize-winning travel writer describes the recruitment of a former army officer, Anthony Taverner, by the British Secret Intelligence Service for a dangerous mission in Afghanistan to keep weapons out of the hands of al-Qaeda.

The shadow patrol / Alex Berenson

The shadow patrol / Alex Berenson

John Wells, an undercover operative for the CIA, travels to Kabul to investigate a drug trafficking operation that involves the agency, the military, and the Taliban.

 

Victory and honor / W. E. B. Griffin

Victory and honor / W. E. B. Griffin

Facing daunting challenges in the form of political threats against the OSS and the early stirrings of the Cold War, Cletus Frade and his colleague conduct a secret operation to counter the growing ambitions of Joseph Stalin.

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Summeries from publisher materials.

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