Tag Archives: espionage

Review: The Lies of Spies by Tim Tigner, read by Dick Hill

The Lies of Spies is the latest book from talented espionage thriller writer Tim Tigner and the 2nd in his great Kyle Achilles series. The audiobook version was released in December and I am thrilled to tell you what I think about Mr. Tigner‘s newest page turner… Following on the dramatic heels of

Review: Coercion by Tim Tigner, read by Dick Hill

Get it for Free with 30 Days Trial Coercion is a new unputdownable thriller by very talented author Tim Tigner. The book was just released in audio format, after a revised print edition was released last summer and Mr. Tigner continues his collaboration with award-winning narrator Dick Hill. Since I am a big audiobook fan and Dick is

Review: Pandora’s Grave by Stephen England

Pandora’s Grave is the first book in the Shadow Warriors series of thrillers by best-selling author Stephen  England and I’m really glad to tell you that he did a fantastic job with it, setting the stage like an old master of the Adventure genre, instantly pulling the reader into a riveting and

Out Now: Shadow War by Sean McFate

An army veteran with deep expertise in military and international affairs makes his fiction debut with this electrifying international thriller – the first volume in a blistering-hot series in the tradition of Brad Thor, Tom Clancy, and Daniel Silva. In Shadow War, an elite American mercenary

Review: The Assassins by Gayle Lynds, read by Kate Reading

Gayle Lynds is the New York Times Best-selling and Award Winning author of The Book of Spies and The Last Spymaster thriller / espionage novels. She wrote alongside one of my favorite authors, Robert Ludlum, before he passed away in the early 2000’s and that’s how I’ve discovered her. Now,