Blogs in May 2021

The Starlings of Bucharest 25th May 2021

(The Moscow Wolves Series Book 2) The threats people hold over us are most often imagined. We even create them for ourselves. Ted moves to London to become a journalist but quickly slides into debt. Things look up when...

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The Doll 2nd May 2021

It was meant to be a quiet family fishing trip, a chance for mother and daughter to talk. But it changes the course of their lives forever. They catch nothing except a broken doll that gets tangled in the...

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We Die Alone: A WWII Epic of Escape and Endurance 29th March 2021

If this story of espionage and survival were a novel, readers might dismiss the Shackleton-like exploits of its hero as too fantastic to be taken seriously. But respected historian David A. Howarth confirmed the details of Jan Baalsrud’s riveting...

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The Cover Wife 22nd March 2021

The new high-stakes spy thriller from a master of the genre transports the reader to Paris and Hamburg, and deep into the conspiracy behind the 9/11 attacks. Paris, October 1999. CIA agent Claire Saylor is looking after low-level surveillance...

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The Mercenary 16th March 2021

From acclaimed spy novelist Paul Vidich comes a taut new thriller following the attempted exfiltration of a KGB officer from the ever-changing—and always dangerous—USSR in the mid-1980s. Moscow, 1985. The Soviet Union and its communist regime are in the...

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