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THE WORLD OF SPIES, ASSASSINS, ESPIONAGE AND COVERT-OPS

 
DAVID IGNATIUS
 
David Ignatius
David R. Ignatius (May 26, 1950), is an American journalist and novelist. He is an associate editor and columnist for the Washington Post.

In addition to being a journalist, Ignatius is also a successful novelist. He has written seven novels in the suspense/espionage fiction genre, which draw on his experience and interest in foreign affairs and his knowledge of intelligence operations. Reviewers have compared Ignatius' work to classic spy novels like those by Graham Greene. Ignatius’s novels have also been praised for their realism; his first novel, Agents of Innocence, was at one point described by the CIA on its website as "a novel but not fiction".

His 2007 novel Body of Lies was adapted into a film by director Ridley Scott. It starred Leonardo DiCaprio and Russell Crowe. Producer Jerry Bruckheimer has acquired the rights to Ignatius’s seventh novel, The Increment.

The Director, is a spy thriller about a new CIA director and cyber-espionage
 
Age of Innocence
Agents of Innocence
Siro
Siro
The Bank of Fear
The Bank of Fear
A Firing Offense
A Firing Offense
The Sun King
The Sun King

Body of Lies
Body of Lies
The Increment
The Increment
Blood Money
Bloodmoney
The Director
The Director
The Quantum Spy
The Quantum Spy

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