Spycatcher by Matthew Dunn

Will Cochrane, codenamed Spartan, defeats MI6’s worst enemies. He finds his deadliest and most personal enemy in an Iranian terrorist planning to kill thousands. Can Spartan defeat an enemy who has a chess master’s mind and an assassin’s skills?

Will Cochrane is a tense mix of ruthlessness and compassion. He feels a normal life is an unattainable luxury. Intelligence work is an arena where choices have costs and practicality trumps compassion. The are many chases and questions of trust as Will plays a suspenseful cat and mouse game. Spycatcher offers a conflicted protagonist and a look at the dark side of espionage.

Want more books like Spycatcher?

A CIA agent attempts to trick a terrorist group into killing one of its most effective agents in Body of Lies by David Ignatius.

An elite British intelligence group must foil a terrorist plot to assassinate the U.S. president in A Devil is Waiting by Jack Higgins.

John Wells may be the only one who can prevent a terrorist attack, but the CIA doubts his loyalty in The Faithful Spy by Alex Berenson.


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