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by Alex Berenson

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Posted by jonf on 02/20/11

I just read the fifth John Wells thriller and loved it, Well's is on his own with a new partner and are hired by King Abdullah of Saudi Arabia to help stop a new terrorist group sponsored by Abdullah's brother Saeed. Very timely with all the turmoil in the Mid East.
Posted by jonf on 02/14/11

I was attending "Love is Murder" mystery conference on 2/6 and was lucky to hear and talk to spy author "Joseph Finder", he gave a great talk on the burgeoning business of private spy companies working freelance for Corporations and rich people. See his new book Vanished.
by Steve Berry

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Posted by jonf on 02/04/11

For all the Steve Berry fans he has this short story about his beautiful assassin Cassioppeia Vitt who is sent to the Balkans by her mentor Henrik Thorvaldsen, this is only available as an E-book.
by with Bruce Willis

Posted by jonf on 01/29/11

Red became available 2/25, a story of former C.I.A ops group who reform after one of their  team has a hit put out on him, fast, violent, funny, good mindless fun
by Brad Meltzer

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Posted by jonf on 01/24/11

A good thriller featuring an archivist working in the National Archives finds a 200 year old manuscript , it gets the attention of the C.I.A and the President, good conspiracy thriller. Fast paced and great Washington D.C. locations.
by Stuart Woods

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Posted by jonf on 01/18/11

Stone Barrington is given an offer he can't refuse, large cash and a chance to work with MI6, but the C.I.A. gets involved and all bets are off.
by Frederick Fosyth

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Posted by jonf on 01/10/11

Not really new ,August release  but a good thriller by an old master, spys, drug cartels, and International Intrigue.
by Robert Crais

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Posted by jonf on 01/04/11

Joe Pike and Elvis Cole return, not strictly a spy novel but Joe Pike was  a former black ops guy and tough as they come, look for this book on 1/20/2011. This a great mystery series and the last few feature Joe Pike who is like Jack Reacher on steroids.
by Barry Eisler

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Posted by jonf on 12/29/10

This is the newest book by "Eisler" it features his newest spy "Ben Treven", this is his second book with Treven. It's a great new series, and you might want to try his earlier "John Rain" series.
by David Baldacci

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Posted by jonf on 12/23/10

Oliver Stone and the Camel Club are back, at the request of President Brennan, Oliver and his motley crew are trying to break up a Russian drug and spy ring that are taking over the Mexican cartels , good fun and great for fans of the Camel Club.
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