Superspy Anna Resnikov is back in Alex Dryden's latest, masterful international thriller—The Blind Spy
Russia has never accepted Ukraine's independence and now the Patrioti—Putin, his elder statesmen, and seasoned generals dedicated to rebuilding their fallen empire—are using the KGB's controversial elite and clandestine forces of Department S to destabilize the young democratic nation and bring it back under Russian control.
But Cougar, the powerful private intelligence company that overshadows even the CIA in its reach, learns of Russia's plans and strikes at the heart of its plot with its own lethal weapon—the gorgeous ex–KGB colonel Anna Resnikov. More than a gifted spy and expert killer, Anna lost the love of her life and the father of her child at the hands of her former countrymen. Her defection to Cougar has made her the most wanted woman in Russia, but she'll risk any danger to herself for the chance to destroy the evil that rules her homeland. And on the ground in Ukraine, she meets a formidable foe, a mysterious KGB spy whose aims are suspiciously unclear but whose power is unmistakably deadly.
New York Times bestselling author James Grippando raves, "Alex Dryden...can please everyone from fans of old le Carré to students of current affairs." The Blind Spy is another killer cocktail of page-turning suspense, high-octane action, and riveting intrigue that will hold you captive from beginning to end.
I read this book just a few weeks before Russia started stirring up trouble in Ukraine and took over the Crimea. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Laura J Haug
This book took some time to sort through all the characters. I enjoyed all the suspense, intrigue, and position of the numerous characters. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Cheryl Cathcart
The transitions between story lines were nit smooth....I kept on wondering when the Blind Spy was going to be introduced...... Read morePublished 10 months ago by J.C.
It parallels current Russian/Ukrainian conflict; it's well-written and provises continuous intrigue. Read morePublished 11 months ago by John Dudley
While the plot is very timely since it deals mainly with Russia's interest in taking over Ukraine, there were too many disconnected and unnecessary side stories which made it hard... Read morePublished 11 months ago by P. Fleming
I started this book, then realized I had alreay read it some time ago. I suggest you reak Red To Black (a prequel) before geting into this one. Read morePublished 12 months ago by PBJ
Interesting and engaging 175 page book wrapped up inside 300 pages of tedious detail. These are action novels not Audubon Society and National Geographic journals. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Charles Drobny