Tag: spy

Book Review: Defectors, by Joseph Kanon

I am so into Spy novels. Mitch Rapp, and Jack Ryan are two of my favorite characters in the genre. I was thrilled when I received a copy of Joseph Kanon’s Defectors to review. What could be better than a spy novel set in Russia during the meat of the Cold War? Little else, let […]

Book Review: NIGHT HERON, by Adam Brookes

I love a good spy novel. NIGHT HERON is a good spy novel. It is filled with code names, and secret names, politics, corporations, and secrets. Li “Peanut” Huasheng spent twenty years as a prisoner in a Labor Reform Camp in the Qinghai Desert. Before that, he was an agent with British Intelligence. He was […]

Book Review: ASSASSIN’S CODE, by Ward Larsen

So here is what happened. I received a copy of ASSASSIN’S CODE from the publisher so I could write a review. I hate jumping in to the middle of a series. This, being the fourth book in the David Slaton series, I did the only thing an avid reader could do. I went back and […]

Book Review: ASSASSIN’S GAME, by Ward Larsen

David Slaton is the most effective, lethal assassin created . . . ASSASSIN’S GAME is the second book in the David Slaton series. (The first was THE PERFECT ASSASSIN — click here for the review). Both books are quick, exciting reads. However, I enjoyed ASSASSIN’S GAME just a bit more. Dr. Ibrahim Hamedi is the […]

Book Review: THE PERFECT ASSASSIN, by Ward Larsen

I have to admit it. I caught the espionage bug. Maybe I’ve always had it? Between Tom Clancy’s Jack Ryan novels, and Jason Bourne starring on the pages of Ludlum’s books, to Vince Flynn’s Mitch Rapp character . . . (and I suppose it goes without saying, and yet, here I am saying it, there seems always […]