Spy Novels
Spy Novels
 
 
 
ERIC AMBLER NOVELS
 
 

Eric Ambler

Eric Ambler began his writing career in the early 1930s, and quickly established a reputation as a thriller writer of extraordinary depth and originality. He is often credited as the inventor of the modern political thriller and John Le Carre once described him as 'the source on which we all draw.

In a career spanning over sixty years, Eric Ambler wrote nineteen novels and was awarded the Crime Writers' Association Gold Dagger Award for Passage of Arms in 1960. He was married to Joan Harrison, who wrote or co-wrote many of Alfred Hitchcock's screenplays - in fact Hitchcock organized their wedding. Eric Ambler died in London in October 1998.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
NEW RELEASES COMING SOON
 


January

Into The Fire



January

Hunter Killer



March

The Last Tourist



April

Savage Son


 
THE SPYMASTERS
 

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