- Strange Fruit
Told from the perspective of FBI agent Daniel Pierce, this procedural pairs a white agent with an African-American one, Franklin Jones, in an effort to illuminate both sides of the racially charged story.
A successful operation against a drug dealer in Baltimore gets ambitious FBI agent Kay Malloy, the heroine of retired FBI agent Fedarcyk’s compelling debut, promoted to the bureau’s counterintelligence unit in New York City, where, much to her disappointment, her duties are mostly deskbound.
- Blind Spot
Agent: Janet Grant, Books and Such.
- The Spy House: A Spycatcher Novel
Agent: Luigi Bonomi, Luigi Bonomi Associates (U.K.).
- Extreme Prejudice
Retired CIA agent Michael Pretorius is lured out of retirement to take on agents of Armageddon in this ambitious but undistinguished thriller.
- Deadly Offer
Agent: Tristram Coburn, Tristram C.
- Below the Radar
Ridenour, a retired FBI agent, brings authenticity to the action, but readers should be prepared for stock supporting characters, including an FBI agent who takes a romantic interest in Lexie, and a standard issue plot.
- Shoreline: A Nora Khalil Novel
Agent: Loretta A.
- HUNTING FEAR
Agent, Eileen Fallon.
- A Different Dawn
Agent: Liza Fleissig, Liza Royce Agency.
- The Henchman
This man turns out to be a KGB assassin targeting one of Frey's own agents; Frey will be forced to assist in the killing of the agent (whose identity is concealed until the story's conclusion) and in the betrayal of another.
- Code Name: Gentkill:: A Novel of the FBI
Agent Mike Devlin, his hero, is always balking at unfair authority.
- The Running Target
Charlie falls into further jeopardy when Iranian agents in Turkey kidnap Mattie, who, after enduring torture by a suitably brutal ``investigator,'' reveals his agent's plans.
Agent: Shane Salerno, Story Factory.
- Margaret Truman's Murder on the Metro: A Capital Crimes Novel
Agent: Robert G.