The Asset by Saul Herzog

The Asset by Saul Herzog is a superb novel which keeps you guessing until the end!

Lance Spector is finished with the CIA. He had his fill of the government and the military and their dishonesty.

Chance plays a trick as a top secret Russian mission makes a ground-breaking discovery. Coming from pathogens within frozen mammoths they have managed to make a super-weapon. They have a weapon that can halt the USA and Nato.

Then out of nowhere a vial arrives at the headquarters of the CIA with no known sender and a note. It says, “I will only speak to Lance Spector.”

The Asset by Saul Herzog is a great spy thriller and is part of the new Lance Spector series.

It is the perfect match for people who enjoy Brad Thor‘s Scot Harvath, Ido Graf‘s Adam Wolf, Lee Child‘s Jack Reacher, Robert Ludlum‘s Jason Bourne and Vince Flynn‘s Mitch Rapp.

Saul Herzog is a pen name for one of the top modern authors. Saul Herzog’s plots are a mix of espionage, realism, and action.

His fiction novels are available s paperbacks, e-books and audiobooks. If you want to choose one to start on then read The Asset.

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The Cellist by Daniel Silva

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“The Cellist” is a thriller novel by Daniel Silva, set in the world of international espionage and political intrigue. The story follows the main character, Gabriel Allon, who is an art restorer and a secret agent for the Israeli intelligence agency.

The novel begins with Gabriel being called out of retirement to investigate the murder of a cellist in London. The cellist, who was a close friend of Gabriel’s, was killed in a terrorist attack while performing in a concert. Gabriel is tasked with finding out who was behind the attack and bringing them to justice.

As Gabriel investigates the murder, he discovers that the cellist was not the intended target of the attack, but was caught in the crossfire. The real target was a British politician who was also at the concert. Gabriel sets out to find out who was behind the attack and why they wanted to kill the politician.

As Gabriel delves deeper into the case, he finds that the attack is connected to a larger plot that involves a group of radical Islamic extremists who are planning to carry out a major attack in Europe. The group is being led by a mysterious figure known only as “The Panther,” who is a master of disguise and is able to evade detection.

Gabriel works with his team of agents to track down the Panther and his associates. They are able to gather intelligence on the group and their plans, but they struggle to find out where and when the attack will take place.

As the tension builds, Gabriel and his team are forced to race against the clock to stop the attack and prevent a major catastrophe. Along the way, they encounter many obstacles and challenges, including corrupt government officials and powerful enemies who are determined to stop them.

The novel is a fast-paced, action-packed thriller that keeps the reader on the edge of their seat. The characters are well-developed and the plot is complex and intricate, with many twists and turns that keep the reader guessing. The setting of the story is also very realistic, with detailed descriptions of the locations and the political climate that add depth and realism to the story.

At the end of the story, readers will be left on the edge of their seats as the final confrontation between Gabriel and the Panther takes place, and the fate of Europe hangs in the balance. The Cellist is a perfect read for anyone who is a fan of thrillers and espionage novels.

Daniel Silva is a bestselling author of espionage and thriller novels. He was born in Kalamazoo, Michigan in 1960, but spent much of his childhood in California. Silva began his career as a journalist, working for United Press International (UPI) and CNN. He covered the Gulf War, the fall of the Berlin Wall, and the collapse of the Soviet Union.

In 1997, Daniel Silva wrote his first novel, “The Unlikely Spy,” which became a bestseller. The book was a spy thriller set during World War II, and it was followed by several other bestselling novels in the same genre. Silva’s most famous character is Gabriel Allon, a former Israeli intelligence officer who becomes an art restorer. Many of Silva’s novels feature Allon as the main character, including “The Kill Artist,” “The English Assassin,” “The Confessor,” “A Death in Vienna,” “The Messenger,” “The Secret Servant,” “The Defector,” “The Rembrandt Affair,” “Portrait of a Spy,” “The Fallen Angel,” “The English Girl,” “The Heist,” “The English Spy,” “The Black Widow,” “The New Girl” and “The Order.”

Daniel Silva’s novels are known for their richly detailed settings, complex plotlines, and well-crafted characters. His writing has been praised for its authenticity, and he has been credited with bringing a new level of realism to the spy thriller genre. Silva’s novels have been translated into more than 30 languages, and they have sold millions of copies worldwide.

Silva’s novels are also known for their exploration of current political and social issues, such as the rise of Islamic extremism and the ongoing conflict in the Middle East. Silva’s books have been praised for their ability to provide insight into these issues while also entertaining readers.

Silva has won several awards for his writing, including the Barry Award for “The Secret Servant,” the Edgar Award for “The Confessor,” and the Nero Award for “The Messenger.”

Daniel Silva lives with his wife and children in Florida. When not writing, Silva is a passionate art lover and traveler. He is also an avid fan of sports, especially football and soccer.

In summary, Daniel Silva is a bestselling author of espionage and thriller novels, known for his richly detailed settings, complex plotlines and well-crafted characters. He’s famous for his Gabriel Allon series, which have been praised for its authenticity and exploration of current political and social issues. He’s won multiple awards and his novels have been translated into over 30 languages. He lives in Florida with his family, and is a passionate art lover, traveller and sports fan.

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The Twyford Code by Janice Hallett

The Twyford Code is an exceptional thriller novel from the talented Janice Hallett.

It is published on Viper and available on Amazon.

A children’s author of international acclaim, Edith Twyford has left a legacy. The mysterious existence of ‘The Twyford Code’. A supposed set of hidden clues secret within her books. What the purpose was of The Twyford Code is unknow! Also unknown is what it will reveal!

Steve Smith knows about Edith Twyford and has done since an early stage in his life. She has left him haunted.

He had shown one of Twyford’s books with its strange symbols to his teacher Miss Iles. She was convinced that they held a hidden key to a code. Ludicrous? Soon afterwards his teacher had disappeared – her fate unknown. He was desperate to find out what happened to her and whether there was a link to the code.

Smith is not alone in trying to fathom and break the code. Others are obsessed with it – but why?

Only the breaking of the Twyford code can tell.

The Twyford Code is a mystery novel by Janice Hallett that is a fascinating and innovative read with a clever premise.

It is available as an audiobook, an Kindle ebook, a paperback and a hardback.

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