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  • Wilderness of Mirrors-P460317/2b (Next)
    A female British Intelligence agent uses the lure of a diamond mine to trap a drug smuggler.
    10/02/1996
  • When Bluebell Sang
    A singing cow one-ups a greedy agent in his attempts to exploit her musical abilities.
    03/02/1992
  • Homme Fatale
    British screenwriter Mayersberg's moderately suspenseful first novel depicts a film agent's obsession with an enigmatic and murderous woman.
    01/03/1994
  • The Fist of God
    A British agent discovers Saddam Hussein has a secret weapon in this latest thriller from the author of The Day of the Jackal.
    07/03/1995
  • Final Victim
    A renegade customs agent, a beautiful forensic psychologist and a master hacker join forces against a psycho.
    06/02/1997
  • Watch Me: They Said She Couldn't Catch a Serial Killer. She Said...
    First novel in which a female FBI agent tracks down an Internet-based confederation of serial killers.
    12/02/1996
  • The Cactus Garden
    Novelist and TV writer Ward presents a thriller about an undercover DEA agent trying to bust a group of drug smugglers.
    09/02/1996
  • Mole (P)
    Hood tells the story of Pyotr Popov, a Russian intelligence man recruited by the CIA early in the Cold War as a double agent.
    10/04/1993
  • Max Conquers the Cosmos
    Ex-FBI agent Max Austin investigates the murder of a rich contractor whose wife stands accused of the crime.
    12/01/2003
  • Above Suspicion
    The grim story of FBI agent Mark Putnam, who murdered his mistress in an eastern Kentucky mining town.
    10/31/1994
  • Paramour
    This engrossing story by a former Secret Service agent about espionage and political maneuvering during the 1996 presidential campaign is flawed by a too-obvious plot.
    11/30/1992
  • Hoover's FBI
    FBI agent turned journalist Turner describes his experiences in the bureau while narrating its history and that of its longtime head, J.
    03/01/1993
  • The Assault
    Arenas's latest novel follows a Cuban federal agent whose hatred of Castro's government reflects the state of affairs in the author's homeland.
    05/29/1995
  • Memorial Bridge
    This weighty saga of modern American politics by the author of Mortal Friends traces the career of an FBI agent, his family troubles and draft-dodging son.
    01/02/1995
  • The Memory Church
    A powerful tale of espionage about a British Intelligence mole who pursues an East German secret service agent after the fall of the Berlin Wall.
    01/03/1994

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