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  • Sandman
    When several Iranian cab drivers are murdered in that city, FBI agent Mary Agnes McCaskey and Chicago cop Jack Corrigan try to recruit Hallet to help them solve what seems to be the deadly work of an anti-Arab serial killer.
    03/31/1990
  • Cold Harbour
    Fortuitous turns are the norm in this improbable story, as cardboard heroes pull off miraculous rescues, double agents lurk everywhere and villains in uniform serve on both sides of the conflict.
    01/01/1990
  • Payback
    That is what readers are meant to believe as top KGB agent Nikolai Malik gets his hands on a portable, U.S.
    08/01/1989
  • The Master Spy: The Story of Kim Philby
    Knightley ( The Second Oldest Profession ) obtained a series of remarkably frank interviews with Kim Philby not long before his death last year, and from them has written an intimate portrait of the man widely regarded as the most successful penetration agent in the history of espionage.
    02/27/1989
  • Hour of the Cat
    Agent, Robin Straus Agency.
    05/30/2005
  • The Voice
    He's immediately catapulted into mysterious events that will span the globe, which involve FBI agent Lisa Harmon, an Islamic terrorist cell, the Mossad, and some Catholic priests.
    03/31/2008
  • The Reckoning: The Murder of Christopher Marlowe
    One of the three men with Marlowe the day he died, Nicholas Skeres, was a servant of Devereux; another, Robert Poley, was a government agent who earlier had played a major role in a covert operation to entrap and eliminate the imprisoned Mary Stuart, Queen of Scots.
    02/28/1994
  • The Last Spy
    But just as the CIA doesn't know that one knight, Adam Kalugin, is a KGB double agent, the KGB doesn't know of its double agent's growing ties to one Chance Davenport, a beautiful and fiercely independent operative in a CIA-controlled think tank.
    08/03/1992
  • Starlet
    After Jacey wins Generation Next, an American Idol-like TV competition for actors, her agent pressures her to move to California to promote her upcoming film and establish herself as a new star.
    04/02/2007
  • The Cinch
    Better still, ask Frank Thorne, the federal agent stringing Sonny along on behalf of Operation Clothesline.
    06/01/1986
  • Moscow Metal: A Doc Adams Suspense Novel
    Soon Doc is involved with more deaths, double agents and the impending theft of a high-tech defense system.
    06/01/1987
  • Spy Line
    In the resulting events, the loyal agent's safety becomes even more tenuous than it was during his darkest days in Berlin.
    11/01/1989
  • Bird Lives!
    Agent, Philip J.
    05/03/1999
  • Secret Country
    O'Neill follows his well-received debut thriller, Agents of Sympathy, with a thoroughly enjoyable tale of cross and double-cross between the borders that divide East and West Germany into utterly separate worlds.
    12/01/1987
  • Spandau Phoenix
    When word of the existence of the papers--which may indicate a present-day neo-Nazi/South African plan to annihilate Israel--gets out, KGB agents, the East German secret police and a rogue Mossad agent race to locate them.
    05/03/1993

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