St. Martins Griffin Fall 2017 by Macmillan

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min o taur booksn ov emb e r 2017 the tourist olen steinhauer as rich and intriguing as the best of le carre deighton or graham greene steinhauer s complex moving spy novel is perfect for our uncertain emotionally fraught times los angeles times on this reissue is part of the minotaur signature editions program fi ction t h r ill e r s minotaur books 11/7/2017 9781250160362 $9.99 $13.99 can trade paperback 432 pages carton qty 20 8.3 in h 5.5 in w other available formats mass market isbn 9781250018410 trade paperback isbn 9780312374877 ebook isbn 9781429977180 one of the most acclaimed writers of a generation of crime novelists olen steinhauer delivers an intricate and thoroughly engrossing spy thriller with his new york times bestselling novel the tourist a decade ago milo weaver used to be a tourist for the cia—an undercover agent with no home no identity—but he s since left the field to become a middle-level manager at their new york headquarters he s acquired a wife a daughter and a brownstone in brooklyn and tried to leave his life of secrets and lies behind however when the arrest of a long-sought-after assassin triggers an investigation into one of milo s oldest friends and exposes new layers of intrigue in his old cases he must go back undercover to find out who s been pulling the strings once and for all steinhauer a two-time edgar award nominee weaves an elaborate story of loyalty risk and betrayal in an utterly compelling novel that is both thoroughly modern and reminiscent of the espionage luminaries len deighton graham greene and john lecarré pr a i se the kind of principled hero we long to believe still exists in fiction if not in life the new york times book review editor s choice remember john le carre… when he wrote about beaten-down morally directionless spies in other words when he was good that s how olen steinhauer writes in this tale of a world-weary spook who can t escape the old game time tour de force… first-rate popular fiction… the tourist is serious entertainment that raises interesting questions washington post elaborately engineered… he immerses his reader in the same kind of uncertainty that milo faces at every turn… as for mr steinhauer the two-time ed olen steinhauer a new york times bestseller and two-time edgar award finalist has been shortlisted for the anthony the macavity the ellis peters historical dagger and the barry awards raised in virginia he lives in budapest hungary this is his first contemporary thriller 86