Spy Novels

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Daniel Silva

Daniel Silva was born November 30, 1959 in Michigan, and raised in California. He Currently lives in Washington, D.C.

Daniel Silva was attending graduate school in San Francisco when United Press International offered him a temporary job covering the 1984 Democratic National Convention. Later that year, the wire service offered him full-time employment; he quit grad school and went to work for UPI—first in San Francisco, then in Washington, D.C., and finally as a Middle East Correspondent posted in Cairo. While covering the Iran-Iraq War in 1987, he met NBC correspondent Jamie Gangel. They married, and Silva returned to Washington to take a job with CNN.

Silva was still at CNN when, with the encouragement of his wife, he began work on his first novel, a WWII espionage thriller. Published in 1997, The Unlikely Spy became a surprise bestseller and garnered critical acclaim.

It was Silva's fourth novel that proved to be his big breakthrough. Featuring a world-famous art restorer and sometime Israeli agent named Gabriel Allon, The Kill Artist (2000) fired public imagination and soared to the top of the bestseller charts. Gabriel Allon has gone on to star in several sequels, and his creator has become one of our foremost novelists of espionage intrigue, earning comparisons to such genre superstars as John le Carre, Frederick Forsythe, and Robert Ludlum.







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SEP 15 - EVERY WICKED MAN
STEVEN JAMES

Praise for the Bowers Files thrillers "A smart, taut, intense novel of suspense that reads like a cross between Michael Connelly and Thomas Harris...a blisteringly fast and riveting read." --Mark Greaney, New York Times bestselling author of Gunmetal Gray

"From the first chapter, it sets its hook deep and drags you through a darkly gripping story of relentless power."--Michael Connelly, Author of The Wrong Side of Goodbye

SEP 25 - RED WAR
VINCE FLYNN/KYLE MILLS

The #1 New York Times bestselling series returns with Mitch Rapp racing to prevent Russia’s gravely ill leader from starting a full-scale war with NATO.

"Superb...The Greatest Post 9/11 Seies Going" Providence Journal

“In the world of black-ops thrillers, Mitch Rapp continues to be among the best of the best” (Booklist, starred review).

OCT 9 - FACE OFF
DAVID HAGBERG

“David Hagberg is the pros’ pro, the plot master we all wish we were.” ―Stephen Coonts, New York Times bestselling author

“If you want yesterday’s headlines, read The New York Times. If you want tomorrow’s, read David Hagberg.” ―Ward Larsen, USA Today bestselling author

"David Hagberg consistently delivers thrillers that truly thrill, with an uncanny ability to anticipate future headlines." ―Ralph Peters, New York Times bestselling author
OCT 16 - THE FOX
FREDERICK FORSYTH

The #1 New York Times-bestselling master of international intrigue takes readers into the bleeding-edge world of technological espionage in a propulsive thriller that feels chillingly real.

With his trademark research and deep knowledge of the rules and practices of international intrigue, Forsyth takes on tomorrow's threats in this race-against-the-clock thriller.
Spy Novels, Espionage, CIA, Assassins, Counter-Intelligence, Special Ops