Tag Archives: Thrillers/Suspense

Return to Blood

by Michael Bennett

From the author of Better the Blood, the gripping second novel in a crime series starring Māori detective Hana Westerman, in which the discovery…

Invisible Woman

by Katia Lief

In Invisible Woman, a dangerous secret held for too long between estranged best friends rises to the surface, and a long marriage comes apart with devastating consequences…


by Len Deighton

“What raises Deighton’s genre to art is not only his absorbing characters but his metaphoric grace, droll wit, command of technical detail . ….


by Len Deighton

With its sardonic, cool, working-class hero, Len Deighton’s sensational debut and first bestseller The IPCRESS File broke the mold of thriller writing and became the…

Spy Line

by Len Deighton

“Spy Line is vigorous and sleazy, psychologically complex and action-packed. And it is always exciting.”—Daily Mail


by Len Deighton

“Deighton’s best book . . . an absorbingly exciting spy story that is also a fascinating exercise in might-have-been speculation.”—The New York Times Book…

Spy Hook

by Len Deighton

“In Deighton’s best books—like this one—the narrative glides forward on rollers, and the scenes and characters fit perfectly into place. The result is marvellous.”—The…

Moscow Exile

by John Lawton

From “quite possibly the best historical novelist we have” (Philadelphia Inquirer), the fourth Joe Wilderness spy thriller, moving from Red Scare-era Washington, D.C. to…