Spy Novels
Spy Novels

Brian Haig

Brian Haig spent 22 years on active duty before retiring as a lieutenant colonel in 1997 and going into private business. He graduated from West Point in 1975, and was commissioned an infantry lieutenant.

His final four years on active duty were as the Special Assistant to the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, preparing all speeches, briefings, public statements, and congressional testimonies, as well as advising the Chairman on strategic, global and Asian regional issues.

His first novel, Secret Sanction, was published in the Summer of 2001, and was a national and Washington Post bestseller. His second novel, Mortal Allies, was released in Spring 2002; his third, The Kingmaker, in January 2003; and his fourth, Private Sector, in September 2003. Secret Sanction has been optioned by Nicholas Cage and his production company for a future motion picture. He now writes full-time

He has a Bachelor of Science from the United States Military Academy, a Masters in Public Administration from Harvard, and a Masters in Government from Georgetown University. His military awards include Airborne wings and the Ranger tab, two Legions of Merit, and the Distinguished Service Medal.

He lives very happily with his wife and four children in New Jersey.



Into The Fire


Hunter Killer


The Last Tourist


Savage Son


Mark Dawson

Len Deighton

David Downing

Alex Dryden

Matthew Dunn

Barry Eisler

Dan Fesperman

Joseph Finder

Ian Fleming

Vince Flynn

Frederick Forsyth

Alan Furst

Dalton Fury

John Gilstrap

Mark Greaney

Graham Greene

W.E.B. Griffin

David Hagberg

Brian Haig

Mark Henshaw

Jack Higgins

Stephen Hunter

Gregg Hurwitz

David Ignatius

Steven James

Daniel Judson

Andrew Kaplan

Raymond Khoury

Ward Larsen

Jeffrey Layton

John LeCarre

Robert Littell

Robert Ludlum

Eric Van Lustbader

Gayle Lynds

Colin MacKinnon

Mike Maden

Jason Matthews

Dan Mayland

Brad Meltzer

Kyle Mills

Spy Novels, Espionage, CIA, Assassins, Counter-Intelligence, Special-Ops