Scot Harvath must do whatever it takes to prevent the United States from being dragged into a deadly war in this heart-pounding thriller that is “timely, raw, and filled with enough action for two books” (The Real Book Spy) from the #1 New York Times bestselling author Brad Thor.
Across Europe, a secret organization has begun attacking diplomats. Back in the United States, a foreign ally demands the identity of a highly placed covert asset. Between the two, all the ingredients are there for an all-out war.
With his mentor out of the game, counterterrorism operative Scot Harvath must take on the role he has spent his career avoiding. But, as with everything else he does, he intends to rewrite the rules—all of them.
In Spymaster, Scot Harvath is more cunning, more dangerous, and deadlier than ever before.
About the Author
Brad Thor is the #1 New York Times bestselling author of twenty-three thrillers, including Rising Tiger,Black Ice (Thrillerfix Best Thriller of the Year), Near Dark (one of Suspense Magazine’s Best Books of the Year), Backlash (nominated for the Barry Award for Best Thriller of the Year), Spymaster (named “one of the all-time best thriller novels” by The Washington Times), The Last Patriot (nominated Best Thriller of the Year by the International Thriller Writers association), and Blowback (called one of the “Top 100 Killer Thrillers of All Time” by NPR). Visit his website at BradThor.com and follow him on Facebook @BradThorOfficial, on Instagram @RealBradThor, and on Twitter @BradThor.
"Timely, raw, and filled with enough action for two books, SPYMASTER is this summer's must-read thriller and the most gripping novel of Brad Thor's iconic career." — The Real Book Spy
"Thor convincingly portrays Russia as a reborn Cold War-era evil empire hellbent on reconquering its former territory." — The Washington Post
"A master of action and pacing, Thor continues channeling the likes of John le Carré in crafting a thinking-man's thriller packed with as much brains as brawn, making SPYMASTER a must-read for summer." — Providence Journal