By Adrian Magson
While a Russian hit staff catches up with Roman Tobinskiy, political opponent of Moscow and previous FSB colleague of Alexander Litvinenko (murdered through polonium poisoning in 2006), it really is a simple kill; he is mendacity helpless in a hospital bed. They comprehend too past due that during an adjoining room is Clare Jardine, ex-MI6 officer, convalescing from wounds whereas saving Harry Tate's life.
When Clare is going at the run, Harry is ordered to song her down ahead of the Russians achieve her. It's one of his hardest demanding situations but. For not just is Clare as adept at overlaying her tracks as Harry is himself, but the Russians aren't the one ones chasing her.
Harry is ready to return up opposed to an outdated enemy from his earlier. And if he's to save lots of Clare’s existence – as she kept his – he needs to search aid from a impossible resource.
By Dick Francis
Sid Halley's glory days as a jockey are over, yet he nonetheless reveals a definite delight in effectively fixing a case. His most up-to-date one, even though, may turn out to be his undoing.
By Emmy Laybourne
Your mom hollers that you'll pass over the bus. she will be able to see it coming down the road. you do not cease and hug her and inform her you're keen on her. you do not thank her for being an exceptional, type, sufferer mom. in fact not―you release your self down the steps and make a run for the corner.
Only, if it is the final time you are going to ever see your mom, you kind of begin to want you would stopped and did these issues. perhaps even overlooked the bus.
But the bus used to be barreling down our road, so I ran.
Fourteen youngsters. One superstore. one million issues that get it wrong.
In Emmy Laybourne's action-packed debut novel Monument 14, six highschool young children (some well known, a few not), 8th graders (one a tech genius), and 6 sons and daughters trapped jointly in a sequence superstore construct a safe haven for themselves inside of. whereas outdoor, a chain of escalating failures, starting with a monster hailstorm and finishing with a chemical guns spill, appears tearing the world―as they understand it―apart.
By Jim Magwood
In a global torn aside via chaos and terrorism, a gaggle of robust males plot to take over regulate of that global. Who has the last word energy? laptop hacking, missile assaults, cold-blooded homicide and natural evil hang-out the area. The destiny of the realm rests in...whose palms? a narrative as present as contemporary information.
By Anthony Horowitz
Splashing down off the coast of Australia, Alex is quickly operating undercover – this time for ASIS, the Australian mystery provider – on a challenge to infiltrate the felony underworld of South-East Asia: the ruthless global of the Snakehead. confronted with an outdated enemy and afflicted through his personal earlier, Alex is stuck among mystery companies, without one to belief – and this time he wishes all his wits to survive...
By James Grippando
In Black Horizon, a riveting and well timed mystery drawn from tomorrow's headlines, New York Times bestselling writer James Grippando brings again well known Miami legal safeguard lawyer Jack Swyteck in a global case related to a devastating oil spill that pits him opposed to his so much villainous adversaries yet.
Three summers after the Deepwater Horizon disaster, oil is back spewing into the ocean—from a drilling explosion in Cuban waters sixty miles off the Florida Keys, making a politically advanced and risky scenario. Representing an American girl whose Cuban husband was once killed at the rig, Jack unearths himself in harmful waters while he discovers that his incendiary case could be lethally hooked up to his new spouse Andi's undercover task for the FBI . . . and that the looming environmental disaster could have been no "accident" at all.
By Tom Bane
Following the surprising disappearance of treasure hunter Ben Sanders in Mexico, appealing archaeologist Suzy da Silva is snatched from the cloistered environs of Oxford collage and thrust right into a lethal maelstrom of intrigue and discovery. becoming a member of forces with astrophysicist Tom Brooking she crosses 4 continents, to liberate the darkish secrets and techniques of Tutankhamun’s tomb, the Holy Sepulchre and the mysterious Mayan Temple of Inscriptions to bare a mysterious fact. jointly they threat their lives, pursued through martial assassins and renegade exact forces, struggling with the forces of evil to find hidden wisdom so beneficial that it has lain dormant for over one thousand years... learn the spellbinding secret mystery from Tom Bane, that is been known as "A pass among Indiana Jones and The Da Vinci Code"
By Alan Smale
Perfect for fanatics of Bernard Cornwell, Steve Berry, Naomi Novik, and Harry Turtledove, Alan Smale’s gripping trade background sequence imagines a global within which the Roman Empire has survived lengthy adequate to invade North the USA in 1218. Now the beautiful tale consists of hero Gaius Marcellinus deeper into the tradition of a rare people—whose humanity, bravery, love, and ingenuity without end switch his existence and destiny.
In A.D. 1218, Praetor Gaius Marcellinus is ordered to overcome North the United States and turning it right into a Roman province. yet outdoors the partitions of the good urban of Cahokia, his legion is destroyed outright; Marcellinus is the one one spared. within the months and years that stick with, Marcellinus involves see North the USA as his domestic and the Cahokians as his relatives. He vows to guard those proud humans from any hazard, Roman or native.
After effectively repelling an invasion via the fearsome Iroqua tribes, Marcellinus realizes vulnerable and fractured North the US won’t stand an opportunity opposed to the returning Roman military. Worse, rival factions from inside of threaten to rip Cahokia aside simply while it has to be so much united and powerful. Marcellinus is decided to save lots of the civilization that has come to intend extra to him than the empire he as soon as served. yet to outlive the swords of Roma, he first needs to avoid one other Iroqua assault and produce Cahokia jointly. basically with the hearts and souls of a country at his again can Marcellinus desire to grasp triumph.
Praise for Alan Smale and Eagle in Exile
“In Alan Smale, speculative fiction has been dealt a successful hand. half historian, half anthropologist, half scientist, Smale is a Renaissance guy with a storyteller’s reward for letting tireless learn tell the narrative with no overwhelming it. Smale entertains, educates, and enraptures.”—Myke Cole, writer of Javelin Rain
“[Eagle in Exile] has the velocity and scope of a Michener or Uris epic. . . . Smale’s motion scenes lower throughout web page after web page, severe and bloody. . . . seize your dagger and sword, for the conflict continues.”—Kirkus Reviews (starred review)
“Warfare, political clash, kin strife—these are all offered in an epic scope the place any determination or flawed circulation can ceaselessly swap society.”—Tech Times
“Thoroughly plausible . . . Marcellinus is a classy guy, a hero we will all get behind.”—Historical Novels Review
From the Hardcover edition.
By John Birmingham
“The motion is nonstop, the characters very real–and very varied from each one other–and, to coin a word, it makes you think.”
–S. M. Stirling, writer of Island within the Sea of Time
In the 12 months 2021 a multinational fleet–experimenting with untested guns technology–pitched via time, crash-landing in 1942. the area is thrown into chaos as Roosevelt, Hitler, Churchill, Tojo, and Stalin scramble to evolve to new, high-tech killing instruments, and twenty-first-century methods of war.
For “uptimers” like Britain’s Prince Harry and the boys and girls who serve aboard the supercarrier USS Hillary Clinton, warfare is a continuing fight with their very own downtime allies, who're mired in lack of know-how and bigotry.
As the Allies counter the Nazi attack and trigger for the coast of France, Japan starts to buckle, quickly each conflict may be performed out in a deadly dance of may perhaps and intelligence, unholy alliances and determined gambles, and every conflict should be fought with the final word weapon; wisdom from the future.
Thanks to the old files, each side understand that superpowers will emerge, whereas the losers may be pounded into submission. yet time has shifted on its axis, so none recognize who will continue to exist, or how peace will take carry in an international grew to become the other way up. those are the questions that John Birmingham brilliantly solutions in his seriously acclaimed event of battle and imagination.
Praise for John Birmingham’s guns of Choice
“Birmingham’s captivating battleground mixes provocative ancient fiction and socially wakeful futurism.”
“High-tech intrigue and suspense just like the works of Tom Clancy.”
From the exchange Paperback edition.
By Robert Ludlum
In Zurich . . . in Moscow . . . in Washington, D.C. . . . the equipment has already been set in movement. In a quiet suburb, a wierd collection of fellows and girls assemble for a momentous weekend. At stake is not anything below the very life of the U.S. of America—and, with it, the way forward for the complete loose world.
Praise for Robert Ludlum and The Osterman Weekend
“Shattering . . . [The Osterman Weekend] will price you the evening and the chilly hours of the morning.”—The Cincinnati Enquirer
“Ludlum stuffs extra surprises into his novels than the other six-pack of mystery writers combined.”—The manhattan Times
“Powerhouse momentum . . . as shrill because the siren at the prowl car.”—Kirkus Reviews
“A complicated state of affairs of artistic double-crossing.”—Chicago Sun-Times