“…a new political cyberespionage novel with a fierce female protagonist who also happens to be a single mom, providing a thrilling and relevant read that is also an inspiration to women everywhere.” – The Review Wire

Still grieving the loss of her husband, CIA Agent Isabella Bendel is excited about her promotion to Chief Supervisor. It will finally take her out of the field and allow her to spend more time with her young twins. However, the promotion put a giant target on her back and it’s clear someone wants her out of the way. When an attempted hit goes wrong followed by the kidnapping of her children and mother, Isabella’s world is completely shaken and she’s not sure who she can trust. With the full resources of the CIA looking for her family, Isabella must keep her calm and piece together a puzzle which points towards a Russian attack on the US. Time’s running out and Isabella must save her family and stop those hell-bent on destroying the United States before it’s too late.

Meet M.C. Fox

As a writer, I’ve long been fascinated by the world of espionage. Working as an accountant in New York, I’m constantly inspired by the sights and sounds of a large city, and how that forms the perfect environment for a fast-paced thriller. Given our currently unstable political climate, as well as the Russian hacking of the election, I knew that now was the time for a spy story set in the world of political cyber-espionage, led by a fierce female protagonist.

THE COBRA CORRIDOR: A Spy Action Thriller Inside The CIA & NSA’s War On Global Nuclear Terrorism

What happens when an intercontinental ballistic missile is launched from the plains of Nebraska to annihilate Beijing?

How come it deliberately returns to American soil killing over 4,500 people on Mother’s Day instead?

Who is in control of The United States’ nuclear arsenal?

More importantly, why is a CIA Special Operations Group’s mission in Lebanon being sabotaged?

Inside the White House, a terrified Situation Room has the Secretary of Defense, championed by his military Pit Bulls from the Pentagon, at the throats of the NSA Director and Secretary of State. Chasing espionage answers, NSA spy satellites pick up chatter between an Oriental and an American accent. Syrian terrorists have control of the United States’ land based ICBM arsenal and threaten to obliterate Washington, D.C. unless their ransom demands are met.

An exclusive Special Operations team is called in to hunt down the unprecedented black threat. Consisting of ex Seals, pilots, specialized snipers, assassins and ex-prisoners, they are lead by two brothers John and James Cable, who hate each other. Why was James, besides currently suffering from post-traumatic stress, not their first choice?

President Harold Willis is trapped in a whirlpool of lies and deception with his clandestine intelligence and the NSA as the encrypted secret Golden Codes cannot be hacked. With no cooperation from MI6, Mossad, counter intelligence or any other covert agency, war game nuclear bomb analyses declares treason and the hunt for a traitor is launched. The initial threat of external Cyber warfare is eliminated. DEFCON 2 is authorized, the first time since the Gulf War and only previously in the Cuban Missile Crisis during the cold war, in a race to prevent any warhead exiting a silo and avoiding a self-inflicted first strike. All is not what it seems.

Boosted by the Air Force the Special Ops team cruise through international air space targeting Beirut, Lebanon. Their combat mission spirals out of control when James disobeys orders in an explosive F-22 dogfight and the whole team gets blown out of the sky. How is it that John and James are the only ones able to escape and eject over the southern countryside of Lebanon?

Can they avoid being taken hostage? With only eight hours left, are they able to save the lives of millions?

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The Damascus Cover

A spy walks the dangerous line between love and survival.

LA Times Bestselling Spy Thriller. Now a Major Motion Picture.
“Kaplan is up there with the best.”– Clive Cussler

“In the best tradition of the new espionage novel. Kaplan’s grasp of history and scene creates a genuine reality. He seems to know every back alley of Damascus and Cyprus.”– Los Angeles Times

In a last ditch effort to revive his career, washed out agent Ari Ben-Sion accepts a mission he never would have 30 years ago ? to smuggle a group of Jewish children out of the Damascus ghetto.

Or so he thinks.

In Damascus, a beautiful American photographer, Kim, seems to be falling in love with Ari. But, she is asking too many questions.

His communication equipment disappears. His contact never shows up. The operation is only hours away and everything seems awry.

Realizing that he’s caught up in a bigger and more dangerous game, Ari is desperate to succeed… and he’s willing to risk everything… even his life.

The Damascus Cover is a gripping thriller with enough twists and turns to keep the reader intrigued until the explosive ending.

What Readers Are Saying:

????? “This is a beautifully written book about the middle east, its longstanding history of enmity and rivalry, about love, and about brutality.”

????? “Like Le Carre’s spies, Ari, the aging Israeli spy, is far less than perfect, but the good in the man outweighs his failings.”

????? “The descriptions of Damascus make you feel that you are walking the streets and alleyways of Syria as you breathlessly hope that Ari’s mission will succeed.”

????? “This is a timeless thriller which leaves the reader glued to its pages…”

More Titles by Howard Kaplan:

Bullets of Palestine
To Destroy Jerusalem
The Spy’s Gamble

Visit the author’s website at:
Connect on Twitter: @kaplanhow

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Death Donor

Would you sell your life to save another?

Special forces vet, Samantha Jones, is a lowly bodyguard for Ethan Anderson, the biotech billionaire who revolutionized life extension. But at least she’s got a job, unlike most, and won’t have to sell her organs to support her family. Sure, they’re poor, but she’s got death insurance and a roof over her head. Life is livable…

But then Sam’s daughter is kidnapped and sold for parts. Overnight, her life (and belief in the system) shatters. When the rich bastards get off scot-free, Sam’s weak husband commits suicide, and the ex-assassin snaps.

Someone is going to pay.

The question: how to kill the heartless elites that use the poor like livestock and whose security rivals the president?And then there’s the senator fighting to abolish life extension, the trillion-dollar corporate standoff, and bloody protests in the streets as conditions deteriorate. Things are about to get ugly.

Death Donor is a speculative fiction technothriller by renowned futurist and sci-fi author, Matt Ward, that features espionage, political drama, and fast-paced adventure in the dark dystopian world of synthetic biology. If you like Michael Crichton, Daniel Suarez, or Neal Stephenson, or loved dystopian classics: the Handmaid’s Tale, Brave New World, and Ready Player One, you’ll love this page-turning science fiction thriller.

Grab Death Donor today if a fast-paced genetic technothriller filled with political espionage, bloody twists, and explosive turns sounds right up your alley!

Praise for Death Donor:

“a fast-paced revenge / payback story with a kick-A** female lead!”–She Just Loves Books

“Politically intense, fast paced, and raw, Death Donor spares no grit, guts, or tools of fate.” –EL Strife, author of Stellar Fusion

Buy Death Donor today for an action-packed techno thriller… right up to its shocking conclusion.

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Declassified: The First Five Missions Of Jarvis Love—Spy

Declassified: The First Five Missions Of Jarvis Love—Spy, B0886ZNQR8

Filled with hair-raising action and wild chases, this collection presents five edge-of-your-seat adventures that hark back to the great spy novels of the sixties but infused with the high-octane punch of a modern thriller.

Jarvis Love is a freshly-minted operative for the Global Intelligence Network. He is young, inexperienced, and about to be thrust into the explosive world of Cold War espionage…but he is bulldog-ish in everything he undertakes and refuses to quit.

“This collection returns spy fiction to the cool vibe of the swinging sixties when martinis were served shaken not stirred.”

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