Posts tagged with "Spy Suspence"

Posted by jonf on 03/28/12
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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.

Posted by jonf on 07/19/18
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In modern day Russia, led by Putin, state intelligence officer Dominika struggles to survive in the bureaucracy of the new Russian Federation. Drafted against her will to become a "Sparrow", a trained seductress in the service, Dominika is ordered to operate against Nate Nash, a new CIA officer who handles the most sensetive penetration of Russian intelligence.
 
The two young officers, trained in their respective spy schools, collide in the charged art of tradecraft, deception and a forbidden spiral of mutual attraction that threatens their careers and an American asset in Moscow. Seeking revenge against  her masters, Dominika begins a double life, recruited by the CIA to find a traitor in Washington and return to Moscow as a new generation agent for Putin. Dominika and Nate's love affair and spy game lead to a deadly conclusion in this timely spy thriller.
 
This is Jason Matthews first book in the "Red Sparrow" trilogy. Matthews had a 30 year career in the CIA and the book is proof of his past experience. Great read for lovers of the spy genre.

Posted by jonf on 01/24/12
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A twist on the spy genre, a covert op named Ty Hunter who has become a huge movie star is called back to work to stop a terrorists plan to acquire a rogue nuke.

 
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