Spy Thriller

Spy fiction, a genre of literature involving espionage as an important context or plot device, emerged in the early twentieth century, inspired by rivalries and intrigues between the major powers, and the establishment of modern intelligence agencies. It was given new impetus by the development of fascism and communism in the lead-up to World War 2, continued to develop during the Cold War, and received a fresh impetus from the emergence of rogue states, international criminal organizations, Muslim fundamentalism, global terrorist networks, maritime piracy and technological sabotage and espion ...more

New Releases Tagged "Spy Thriller"

Wolf Trap
Burner (Gray Man, #12)
The Terminal List (Terminal List, #1)
Rising Tiger (Scot Harvath #21)
The Last Orphan (Orphan X #8)
The Night Agent
Two Nights in Lisbon
Oath of Loyalty (Mitch Rapp, #21)
Open Carry (Arliss Cutter #1)
Portrait of an Unknown Woman (Gabriel Allon, #22)
True Believer (Terminal List, #2)
Red Winter (Jack Ryan #22)
The Last Agent (Charles Jenkins, #2)
Joe Country (Slough House, #6)
The Eighth Sister (Charles Jenkins, #1)
The Bourne Identity (Jason Bourne, #1)
Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy (George Smiley, #5; Karla Trilogy, #1)
The Spy Who Came In from the Cold (George Smiley, #3)
Casino Royale (James Bond, #1)
American Assassin (Mitch Rapp, #1)
Red Sparrow (Red Sparrow Trilogy, #1)
The Hunt for Red October (Jack Ryan, #3)
The Kill Artist (Gabriel Allon, #1)
The Bourne Supremacy (Jason Bourne, #2)
Patriot Games (Jack Ryan, #1)
Kill Shot (Mitch Rapp, #2)
The Day of the Jackal
Eye of the Needle
The Third Option (Mitch Rapp, #4)
Transfer of Power (Mitch Rapp, #3)

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C.G. Faulkner
Jeff cautiously peeked above-deck. The Captain was headed towards the pilot-house, still holding his shotgun at the ready. As soon as he turned his back to enter the pilot-house, Fortner dashed across the deck after him. He burst through the doorway and fired into the radio just as the Captain had flipped the ‘transmit’ switch. The Captain swung about the shotgun barrel, knocking the Luger from Jeff’s hand. Jeff grabbed the barrel and the two of them began struggling over possession of the weapo ...more
C.G. Faulkner, The Edge of Reality

Simon W. Clark
She adjusted her body weight and caught his eyes, her gaze shiny and with a tinge of sadness. “My grandmother told me once that the world is filled with ghosts. The longer we live the more ghosts will haunt us.” She paused glancing at her palms. “But they’re here to remind us we are alive. That our hearts beat, blood runs through our veins, we breath air into our lungs.
Simon W. Clark, The Russian Ink

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