• Trust Fund: A Novel

    A deathbed reconciliation with his estranged father brings Bo Hancock home to make amends for the wild ways that turned him into a political liability. Once the black sheep of Connecticut’s most influential clan, Bo is now back at the helm of Warfield Capital, the multibillion dollar investment firm at the heart of his family dynasty. But his return sparks a rapid-fire chain of events that could destroy the family and its vast fortune.

    First, Warfield is left vulnerable to every Wall Street shark out to make a killing. Then a sudden rash of real killings forces Bo to confront the specter of a sinister conspiracy–and brings him face-to-face with one shocking truth after another, shattering the world and the family he thought he knew, leaving him utterly alone and running for his life. . . .

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    Trust Fund: A Novel

     145.00 293.00
  • See No Evil: The True Story of a Ground Soldier in the CIA’s War on Terrorism

    See No Evil is the astonishing and controversial memoir from one of the CIA’s top field officers of the past quarter century. Robert Baer recounts his career as a ground soldier in the CIA’s war on terrorism, running agents in the back alleys of the Middle East, with blistering honesty. He paints a chilling picture of how terrorism works on the inside and provides compelling evidence about how Washington sabotaged the CIA’s efforts to root out the world’s deadliest terrorists. See No Evil is an unprecedented examination of the roots of modern terrorism and the CIA’s failure to acknowledge and neutralise the growing fundamentalist threat, and an engrossing memoir of Baer’s education as an intelligence operative.

    See No Evil includes revelations about the strategic alliance Osama bin Laden forged with Iran in 1996 to mastermind terrorist attacks on the United States and elsewhere, about the planned coup d’etat against Saddam Hussein and how it was aborted by the National Security Council, and about the CIA’s disastrous decision in 1991 to shut down its operations in Afghanistan and Saudi Arabia, ignoring the fundamentalists working in those countries.

    An extraordinary testimony that has become even more vital and damning since the events of 9/11 and the subsequent War on Iraq.

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  • Executive Power (Mitch Rapp)

    Mitch Rapp’s cover has been blown. After leading a team of commandos deep into Iraq, he has been publicly hailed by the president as the single most important person in the war against terrorism. Will Rapp be able to overcome this anonymous foe and once again protect the world from the threat of terrorism?

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    Executive Power (Mitch Rapp)

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  • Moskva: ‘The new Le Carre’ BBC Radio 2 The Sara Cox Show

    ‘A riddle wrapped in a mystery inside an enigma . . .’

    January, 1986. A week after disgraced Intelligence Officer Tom Fox is stationed to Moscow the British Ambassador’s fifteen-year-old daughter goes missing. Fox is ordered to find her, and fast. But the last thing the Soviets want is a foreign agent snooping about on their turf. Not when a killer they can’t even acknowledge let alone catch is preparing to kill again . . .

    A Cold War thriller haunted by an evil legacy from the Second World War, Moskva is a journey into the dark heart of another time and place.

    *Longlisted for the 2017 CWA Ian Fleming Steel Dagger for best thriller*

     299.00 499.00
  • The Reluctant Fundamentalist

    At a café table in Lahore, a bearded Pakistani man converses with an uneasy American stranger. As dusk deepens to night, he begins the tale that has brought them to this fateful encounter…

    Changez is living an immigrant’s dream of America. At the top of his class at Princeton, he is snapped up by an elite valuation firm. He thrives on the energy of New York, and his budding romance with elegant, beautiful Erica promises entry into Manhattan society at the same exalted level once occupied by his own family back in Lahore.

    But in the wake of September 11, Changez finds his position in his adopted city suddenly overturned, and his relationship with Erica shifting. And Changez’s own identity is in seismic shift as well, unearthing allegiances more fundamental than money, power, and maybe even love.

    “Extreme times call for extreme reactions, extreme writing. Hamid has done something extraordinary with this novel.” —Washington Post

    “One of those achingly assured novels that makes you happy to be a reader.” —Junot Diaz

    “Brief, charming, and quietly furious . . . a resounding success.” —Village Voice

    A Washington Post and San Francisco Chronicle Best Book of the Year

    A New York Times Notable Book

    The Reluctant Fundamentalist

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  • Narendra Modi: A political Biography

    Narendra Modi, the BJP’s prime ministerial candidate, is powerful, popular and controversial. With the general elections due to conclude in May 2014, Modi’s campaign rallies have drawn unprecedented crowds. Yet, the man remains an enigma. His supporters regard him as the visionary, decisive leader India needs today. His detractors see him as a polarizing fi gure. Is Modi authoritative or authoritarian? Decisive or divisive? A team player or a loner? Andy Marino recorded interviews with Narendra Modi during more than half-a-dozen exclusive meetings – unprecedented access to a very private man. What emerged is this riveting, objective biography of a man who could be India’s prime minister. Not shying away from the controversies that have dogged Narendra Modi, including the Gujarat riots and questions about the Gujarat model of governance and development, this political biography provides an unbiased account of possibly the most important figure in Indian politics today. Marino records hour-by-hour details of the 2002 Gujarat riots, presenting a balanced analysis of that raw wound on India’s polity. It also reveals hitherto unpublished, authenticated documents, which makes this one of the most important books of 2014. The author analyses Narendra Modi’s values, the people who shaped his thinking and the sort of national leader he will make. Personal details of Modi’s early life, his wanderings in the Himalayas between the ages of seventeen and nineteen, his rise through the political ranks, his vision for India and his personal philosophy on religion and politics are revealed in a book that is lucid, fast-paced and readable. Narendra Modi: A Political Biography is an insightful, exhaustive and impeccably researched account of the ascent of a political leader.

     450.00 599.00
  • Executive Power (Mitch Rapp)

    Mitch Rapp’s cover has been blown. After leading a team of commandos deep into Iraq, he has been publicly hailed by the president as the single most important person in the war against terrorism. Will Rapp be able to overcome this anonymous foe and once again protect the world from the threat of terrorism?

     225.00 325.00

    Executive Power (Mitch Rapp)

     225.00 325.00
  • Monica’s Story

    Recounts how an improper relationship and broken confidences led to threats of jail, public humiliation, and prejudgement in the media

     350.00 599.00

    Monica’s Story

     350.00 599.00
  • Moskva: ‘The new Le Carre’ BBC Radio 2 The Sara Cox Show

    ‘A riddle wrapped in a mystery inside an enigma . . .’

    January, 1986. A week after disgraced Intelligence Officer Tom Fox is stationed to Moscow the British Ambassador’s fifteen-year-old daughter goes missing. Fox is ordered to find her, and fast. But the last thing the Soviets want is a foreign agent snooping about on their turf. Not when a killer they can’t even acknowledge let alone catch is preparing to kill again . . .

    A Cold War thriller haunted by an evil legacy from the Second World War, Moskva is a journey into the dark heart of another time and place.

    *Longlisted for the 2017 CWA Ian Fleming Steel Dagger for best thriller*

     299.00 499.00
  • Narendra Modi: A political Biography

    Narendra Modi, the BJP’s prime ministerial candidate, is powerful, popular and controversial. With the general elections due to conclude in May 2014, Modi’s campaign rallies have drawn unprecedented crowds. Yet, the man remains an enigma. His supporters regard him as the visionary, decisive leader India needs today. His detractors see him as a polarizing fi gure. Is Modi authoritative or authoritarian? Decisive or divisive? A team player or a loner? Andy Marino recorded interviews with Narendra Modi during more than half-a-dozen exclusive meetings – unprecedented access to a very private man. What emerged is this riveting, objective biography of a man who could be India’s prime minister. Not shying away from the controversies that have dogged Narendra Modi, including the Gujarat riots and questions about the Gujarat model of governance and development, this political biography provides an unbiased account of possibly the most important figure in Indian politics today. Marino records hour-by-hour details of the 2002 Gujarat riots, presenting a balanced analysis of that raw wound on India’s polity. It also reveals hitherto unpublished, authenticated documents, which makes this one of the most important books of 2014. The author analyses Narendra Modi’s values, the people who shaped his thinking and the sort of national leader he will make. Personal details of Modi’s early life, his wanderings in the Himalayas between the ages of seventeen and nineteen, his rise through the political ranks, his vision for India and his personal philosophy on religion and politics are revealed in a book that is lucid, fast-paced and readable. Narendra Modi: A Political Biography is an insightful, exhaustive and impeccably researched account of the ascent of a political leader.

     450.00 599.00

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