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  • Final Victim
    A renegade customs agent, a beautiful forensic psychologist and a master hacker join forces against a psycho.
    06/02/1997
  • 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
  • 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
  • Above Suspicion
    The grim story of FBI agent Mark Putnam, who murdered his mistress in an eastern Kentucky mining town.
    10/31/1994
  • For Major Pubs, Will Print No Longer Be the Norm?
    \tMany of the agents PW spoke to are being cynical.
    10/28/2013
  • Born of Friendship, the Book Group Is Making Its Mark as an Agency
    The eight women who work at Book Group (four principals, one senior agent, one agent, and two assistants) seem different.
    12/16/2019
  • 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
  • Angel Eyes
    Intelligence agent Tori Nunn's travails involve divergent scenarios around the globe, from cocaine smuggling to an anti-Communist plot, in this somewhat tedious novel.
    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
  • To Know a Woman
    One of Israel's best-known novelists pens a compelling psychological study of an Israeli espionage agent who retires following his wife's accidental death.
    04/27/1992
  • Big White Lie: The Inside Story of the Deep Cover Sting Operation That Blows the Lid Off The...
    This hair-raising memoir by a former undercover DEA agent points out the U.S. government's failure to uphold anti-drug laws.
    08/29/1994

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