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"A plot that moves at breakneck speed...Spy is a great beach read [that] will not disappoint." - Richmond Times-Dispatch
"Think Tom Clancy and Robert Ludlum meet Stephen King...Spy is THE BOOK of the summer!" - Glenn Beck, CNN Headline Prime
"Outstanding." - Lou Dobbs, CNN --This text refers to the Mass Market Paperback edition.
About the Author
Ted Bell is the former chairman of the board and worldwide creative director of Young & Rubicam, one of the world's largest advertising agencies. He is the New York Times bestselling author of Hawke, Assassin, Pirate, Spy, and Tsar. He is also the author of a series of young adult adventure novels Nick of Time and The Time Pirate. He lives in Florida and Colorado.See all Product Description
Top Customer Reviews
This thriller is a captivating tale of international suspense that brings its readers to different localities: from the primitive jungles of Brazil to a small town near the Mexican Border, to the Floridian coast and to the U.K.
Rapidly drawn into never ending action, the reader is taken on a roller coaster-ride as we follow a madman concocting technological warfare, a sheriff who faces a vicious group of thugs, and a puzzling and frightening encounter in the Florida Keys involving an insidious plot against the U.S.A and a wrap up in the U.K.
What brings everything together is Hawke, Lord Hawke leads a mysterious expedition deep into the heart of the Amazon River where he is eventually captured and forced into hard labour by an indigenous tribe that has been infiltrated by extremists. There he witnesses the birth of a terrorist militia, their recruiting and intense training with state of the art high tech weaponry. The ultimate recipe to launch jihad missions...designed to change the western world forever... He must escape and warn the world of this impending disaster and with help return to eliminate this terrible threat..
Parallel to this exciting saga Mr Bell's prolific imagination takes us to a small border town where one of the stronger characters is the town sheriff who due to a lack of resources finds himself in over his head facing motorcycle gangs and many other dangerous situations. Eventually the two stories cross paths when the sheriff meets Hawke...
The wild ride continues in the Florida Keys when a downed plane is discovered with nuclear war heads on board...Of course, putting all excitement aside, in the end, everything wraps up in a
This is another thriller that is full of impossibilities but highly entertaining, an adrenaline rush.
among the best thrillers being written today. You've got an author who has clearly found
his stride and the latest is a tour de force, written as if it was ripped out of the headlines,
with enough action and marvelous characters for four ordinary thrillers. Do yourself a favor.
Buy Spy and make sure you've got time to finish--you will not want to put it down.
It is that good.
is too unique to be the heir to anyone. He does his homework. Lou Dobbs at CNN, who covers the border
situation more carefully than any other newsman called this book, "Outstanding". I think I'll take Mr. Dobb's
opinion over some self-proclaimed 'ski bum' any day. So should you. This book is fabulous. Period.
Most recent customer reviews
Am baffled by how anyone could promote such a piece of hideous writing. How does this guy garner endorsements? Read morePublished on Sept. 9 2007 by Jamie Kelley
Hmmm. Apparently Stickler is either a total book nerd, able to quote reviewers at will, or he works for Ted Bell's publishing company. Read morePublished on Sept. 1 2007 by Ski Bum