There’s No R & R for American Super Spy Scot Harvath in Brad Thor’s ‘Black Ice’ [REVIEW]

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Now in Norway, Scot Harvath must decide his next move. (Photo courtesy Canva)

A Nordic holiday with stunning views. A gorgeous girlfriend to romp with. A boat to relax on. Super spy Scot Harvath is in paradise. But he’s out of vacation time and is expected to report back to work. Will he return or retire? Find out in his 20th adventure, Black Ice.

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Brad Taylor’s ‘American Traitor’ Frays Our Nerves [REVIEW]

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He saw something he shouldn’t have at an F-35 facility, and now he’s on the run. (Photo courtesy Canva)

A world on the brink of war. A nation desperate for control. An operative determined to stop the ultimate betrayal. Sometimes saving mankind from itself is all in a day’s work. Thus begins Brad Taylor’s 15th installment in the breathtaking Pike Logan series, American Traitor.

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Owen Matthews Reveals ‘An Impeccable Spy: Richard Sorge, Stalin’s Master Agent’ in Riveting New Book [REVIEW]

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Richard Sorge: (left) His official Comintern identity photograph, Moscow, 1924; (right) his police photograph after his arrest. (Photo on left courtesy Owen Matthews/Photo on right by SPUTNIK Alamy Stock Photo)

Formidable. Fleckless. Brilliant. Richard Sorge is the kind of spy who could make James Bond jealous. The information he provided to his masters was spot on, his escapades legendary. Now it is your turn to discover one of the Soviet Union’s most revered operatives in Owen Matthews’ fascinating book, An Impeccable Spy. Read more of this post

Abandoned and Alone, a Young Boy Must Survive Andrew Taylor’s ‘The Second Midnight’ [REVIEW]

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A father leaves his boy behind in Nazi-infested Prague in Andrew Taylor’s The Second Midnight. (Photo by Roman Boed, Flickr)

A world on the brink of war. A father with a secret mission. A son who becomes a pawn. Set against Nazi-invaded Czechoslovakia, a game of political espionage becomes a child’s fight for survival in Andrew Taylor’s classic, The Second Midnight. Read more of this post

Danger Lurks Behind Every Corner in Robert Dugoni’s ‘The Eighth Sister’ [REVIEW]

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Can a former CIA operative catch the assassin known as the eighth sister? (Photo by Kostya Romantikov, Flickr)

Just when he thought he was out of the game, a former intelligence officer is pulled back in. This time, he’s tasked with finding a dangerous assassin, but he must head to the heart of Russia to do it. Will he make it out alive? Find out in Robert Dugoni’s The Eighth Sister.  Read more of this post