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by David Baldacci

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Posted by jonf on 05/10/12

More of a thriller than true spy novel but thrilling, hitman Will Robie is working for the government and refuses to kill his target, leaving the scene he helps a 14 yr old girl whose parents were murdered leading to a large government cover-up.
by James M. Tabor

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Posted by jonf on 05/02/12

A beautiful scientist is partnered up with a special ops member to travel to the Earth's core to help find the cure for a deadly epidemic.
by Jonathan Mayberry

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Posted by jonf on 04/23/12

Joe Ledger and his Echo team are called to rescue college students held hostage in Iran, while there the Iranian government asks them to help find six stolen nukes buried in oil fields. The search leads to a mysterious cult and "The Book of Shadows".
by Jack Coughlin

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Posted by jonf on 04/12/12

Kyle Swanson a Marine Gunnery Sergeant is sent to Pakistan to unravel what's behind the execution of a team of an international medical team. The Sergeant soon discovers it was a cover up for a terrorist attack.
by Olen Steinhauser

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Posted by jonf on 04/04/12

Milo Weaver one of the C.I.A's last trained assassins is trying to retire, when his former boss goes missing Milo gets back in the game and heads to London to find him. A follow up to the "Tourist" by the same author.
by Chris Pavone

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Posted by jonf on 03/28/12

Kate Moore a retired covert C.I.A. op and her husband are moving to Luxembourg to start new careers and a new life, after befriending an American couple Kate realizes all is not what it seems. A tense, atmospheric thriller.
by Adrian Magson

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Posted by jonf on 03/18/12

MI5 agent Harry Tate is made the fall guy for a botched operation and is sent to "Red Station" in the Balkans, a station for bad agents. Harry discovers it is more like a station where agents disappear. The situation changes when hostile troops start to amass at "Red Station" and Harry takes over.
by Nick Harkaway

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Posted by jonf on 03/18/12

A clock repairman named Jeff Spork is give  adevice to fix which turns out to be a former secret agents doomsday machine , when word gets out he is pursued by the government and a vicious South American dictator, not for the hardcore spy fan but a fun change of pace thriller.
by Steve Berry

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Posted by jonf on 03/13/12

A  Pulitzer Prize winning journalist has his career sabatoged by shadowy scholar named Zachariah Simon who also has his daughter at his mercy. Zachariah holds the key to a 500 year mystery concerning "Columbus", another thriller by "Steve Berry".
by Steve Berry

Posted by jonf on 03/03/12

A prequel with Cotton Malone in his early career in the Justice Department, Cotton is asked to help find out what happened when his brother in law is killed Scuba diving. The search leads to Israili agents and a sunken treasure with ties to Christopher Columbus. On E-Book, out on April 2nd.
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