Spycatcher is a series of spy thriller novels by British novelist Matthew Dunn. The protagonist of the series, Will Cochrane, is an intelligence agent employed by the CIA and MI6. All he has known since he was young was a world full of complex lies and unholy alliances.
Keith Thomson is an American author of spy thriller novels. Before becoming a writer, he played semi-pro baseball in France and was a cartoonist for New York Newsday. His first jobs as a writer involved him writing television commercials, a short film that was played at the Sundance Festival, screenplays and news articles about national […]
Inspector O is the protagonist in a series of detective fiction novels by American novelist James Church. Inspector O is an elusive and mysterious detective based in North Korea, where he finds himself mixed in with various conspiracies and cover-ups. The series has been referred to as “an unusually nuanced and detailed portrait” of North […]
James Church is the pen name for an American author of detective fiction/spy thriller novels. He writes the Inspector O series. Although his true identity is not revealed, what is known about him is that he grew up in California’s San Fernando Valley and that he was born in the 1940s. During Church’s career as […]
The Bannerman series is a series of spy thriller novels by American novelist John R. Maxim. Paul Bannerman was a freelance contract agent and was once considered the deadliest weapon in the country. Now, he lives in Westport, Connecticut and is considered retired.
John R. Maxim is an American author of spy fiction, mystery and thriller novels. He writes the Bannerman series. Maxim is from a family of law enforcement officers. After school, he joined the military, but instead left for a career in marketing and advertising. After a successful career, John decided he wanted to write. He […]
Henderson’s Boys is a series of YA spy fiction novels by English author Robert Muchamore. The series is set during World War II. This spin-off series tells the story of CHERUB founder Charles Henderson, a British spy who uses children (usually orphans) to gain the advantage against the enemy.
CHERUB is a series of YA spy fiction novels by English novelist Robert Muchamore. CHERUB is a division of the British Security Service consisting of people under 18 as intelligence officers. The logic behind this is that terrorists and criminals aren’t as guarded against kids and teenagers. CHERUB agents retire from the service before they […]
Robert Muchamore is an English author of spy, adventure and thriller novels for young adults. He writes the CHERUB and Henderson’s Boys series. Muchamore grew up in the London neighbourhood of Tufnell Park. His career options were to be an architect, photographer or a writer. By process of elimination, he ended up choosing writing… until […]