Tag Archives: Thrillers/Espionage


by Alain Robbe-Grillet

Exhibits a sensibility as nervous and contemporary–not to mention witty–as that of any novelist working today. . . . Objects play as dramatic a…

The Mulberry Bush

by Charles McCarry

From a master craftsman, a powerful novel about a talented young spy who forms a dangerous personal vendetta against the very people who have…

The Ends of the Earth

by Robert Goddard

From an Edgar Award–winning author, a dazzling work of historical derring-do, as World War I flying ace–turned–spy James Maxted confronts a thirty-year-old secret—and a…

Corners of the Globe

by Robert Goddard

From the Edgar Award-winning author Robert Goddard comes the second enthralling novel in the James Maxted series, featuring a dashing pilot-turned-double agent, a notorious…

Brandenburg Gate

by Henry Porter

“Beautifully researched and rich in incident and intriguing characters, this tour de force on a par with John le Carré has as many twists…