Tuesday, August 16, 2011

Agent X

Agent X
by Noah Boyd

Wisecracking Steve Vail teams up with Assistant FBI Director, Kate Bannon, in this adventure filled ride around our nation's capitol. Vail, a former FBI agent, is recruited by the FBI director to follow the trail that Calculus, a Russian embassy staffer, has left for them. Calculus approached the FBi with a business proposition. He had a list of double agents who were dealing with the Russians and he offered to sell this list to the U.S. government. Before the deal could be finalized, the Russians whisked Calculus back to the mother country, presumably torture him until he told all. Steve and Kate must discover who the moles are before the Russians kill them. In order to identify them, Vail has to solve a number of puzzles Calculus left that lead to the spies. This is the second novel that Paul Lindsay wrote under the pseudonym, Noah Boyd. Lindsay wrote number of novels featuring FBI agents under his own name. [If you enjoy this, you may also wish to try the works of Alex Berenson, Brad Thor and David Baldacci.] -- recommended by Donna G. - Virtual Services Department
[Also available in downloadable E-book format.]

[ official Noah Boyd page on his publisher's web site ]

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