American Spy by Lauren Wilkinson

1992. After an assassination attempt, an ex-FBI agent and CIA contractor, flees with her two young sons to her mother's house on the island of Martinique. While there, Marie writes her children an explanation of her life. 1962- 1992. The story of her life growing up in NYC, running informants as a new FBI agent,... Continue Reading →

The Spy’s Daughter by Adam Brookes

I read Adam Brookes's first book in this series Night Heron when it was released four years ago. I thoroughly enjoyed the main character journalist Phillip Mangan's introduction into the skills of tradecraft. He is the anti-Bourne. He doesn't kick or shoot his way out of trouble; he knows how to read people and as... Continue Reading →

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