"The allure and mystique of espionage is what people like to read about. So, I draw on my personal experiences, meticulous open-source research and the insights of anonymous sources in the intelligence community to spin out tales that keep the reader guessing and tsk-tsking and shaking their head while, at the same time, grinning mischievously and wanting more."
- Diplo Denizen,
author and ex-diplomat.
Cloak and dagger never seemed so real. Writers who have had one foot in the shadowy world of espionage give you spy novels that will keep you on the edge of your easy chair. Put on your cover identity and join us as an agent in place for this exciting reading experience. No titled priced over $3.99.
(Mumm Trilogy - Book Two) by Barthélemy Banks,$3.99 ebook, $19.95 paperback
That trying-to-be-retired CIA shooter Leslie Carroll Mumm returns with his beautiful island-born wife in a second adventure that involves murder, blackmail, a female assassin named Charlie, an oversexed albino televangelist, and a crack sniper working for the Libyans. Buy and/or Read More >>>
My Adventures As a Spy by Robert Baden-Powell,ebook $2.99, paperback $9.95
You think he was the ultimate Boy Scout, but before Robert Baden-Powell founded the Scouting Movement he was a spy. Not only did he spy for the British government, he wrote a book about those adventures -- explaining all. Buy and/or Read More >>>
Operation Ace In the Hole by Chuck Van Soye,$3.99
Bret Lee, a U.S. Army chemical engineer, retires to look for work in private industry, only to learn that the high-paying job he's offered at a Caracas fertilizer plant requires him to become a spy. Buy and/or Read More >>>
Mumm, By Barthélemy Banks, $3.99
A retired spy with an exotic wife sets a trap for an old friend who now works for the other side. But who’s trying to kill whom? Buy and/or Read More >>>