By Brad Thor
The newest thriller in the #1 New York Times, #1 Wall Street Journal, and #1 Publishers Weekly bestselling series!
Across Europe, a secret organization has begun attacking diplomats. Back in the United States, a foreign ally demands the identity of a highly placed covert asset. In the balance hang the ingredients for all-out war.
With his mentor out of the game, counterterrorism operative Scot Harvath must take on the role he has spent his career avoiding. But, as with everything else he does, he intends to rewrite the rules—all of them.
In Spymaster, Scot Harvath is more cunning, more dangerous, and deadlier than ever before.
If you have never read a Brad Thor novel, this is the place to start!
Excellent5By TootzLootzBrightonA great read. Period.
Skeptic Master3By LakewacoNot one of his best. Disjointed at times. Story jumps occasionally. Overall story line was okay. Good European, NATO history and interchanges.
Spymaster4By 187 PCWell written, kept my interest throughout the whole book. I would highly recommend , easy read.
Spymaster5By Ironmann98Excellent book Can’t wait for the next one to see what happens to the “Spymaster” I’ve read all the books by Brad Thor and loved everyone of them.
Very unThor ending4By Long time clan clasherNot a fan of the ending. I have read all the books and this ending is not his usual style.
DLP2By Woods/BarringtonBoring book. Lots of background information with very little action. A waste of time.
Spymaster5By smartguypapaGreat read!!
No end2By OruritoI loved to read Brad, but I don’t like stories with no ends, I don’t like to wait for next installment. Otherwise, as all his books, Brad delivers great reading.Victor
Spymaster3By shirkiddI was ready to read more books by you BUT—-I do not like books that leave you up in the air at the end😃😘🤨
Spymaster1By Steve 2334Now that Brad Thor is gone, the kindest thing that can be done for Horvath is to retire him. This effort lacks excitement, involvement, and any sense of caring about the characters. A dumb plot, too rapid wind up, and a feeling of what did I just read. Used to read Thor’s books in one, maybe two sittings. This one took me a week to get through. A sad end to a good series.