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The Spy House

A Spycatcher Novel, #5

Absolutely smashing! If you've been craving for an author similar to Ian Fleming's James Bond spy series, this book will slay you. Mr. Dunn has the versatility of language at his command and he is not afraid to use it. The plot is tight, with high-caliber action, yet balanced with methodical and knowledgeable behind the scenes insight aimed at shaking up the world leaders. Dunn callously sacrifices characters, to allow the plot to succeed. This novel is highly addicting with a ton of hard-core thrills.

The Israeli ambassador to France is assassinated by a sniper. Which provokes Israel to blame the Haamas and demand justice. This causes both states to prepare for a war in days. The US, France, and England are scrambling to avert this war. In the meantime, Gray Site (an underground international listening post) who provided live intelligence in Beirut goes dead. Now, confusion reigns while the heads of states try to find out who shot the Israeli ambassador, who caused Gray Site's death, and how to avert an international crisis.

Will Cochrane, a former intelligence officer, is hired to do one thing: find out what happened at Gray Site. This site is where four international agents were killed in a secured and locked environment. With only one possible way in and multiple codes so no one could enter silently without tripping alarms, how could someone get into the place to kill them? Or was this the work of one spy gone bad? And if the pressure doesn't kill Will, there's always the other two spies trailing him who will.

What a wonderful plot! At some points the realism takes over, and while it's not a gory story, there were a few times I winced for the sheer ruthlessness of a spy's lot in life. Mr. Dunn's life experiences lend an air of authority, wit, sheer pluck and luck throughout this story. The devil is in the details and Dunn does it well. Outstanding!


Book Blurb for The Spy House

In the fifth electrifying thriller featuring Will Cochrane, the Intelligence agent must solve the unsolvable: How did four international agents working on a super-secret mission die in a safe house bunker that was locked from the inside?

Critics have called Will Cochrane a “ruthless yet noble” (Ft. Worth Star-Telegram), “one-man weapon of mass destruction” (Daily Telegraph)—a brilliant agent from whom “Bond and Bourne could learn a thing or two” (Madison County Herald). His latest assignment will plunge him into the thorny politics of the Middle East. The stakes: averting a war that could engulf the world in flames.

When the Israeli ambassador to France is shot dead in Paris by an unknown sniper, the Israeli government blames Hamas and begins planning a massive invasion to obliterate the terrorist organization once and for all. To avoid an all-out war, three members of the UN Security Council—the United States, France, and the United Kingdom—assemble a team of intelligence agents to uncover the truth behind the assassination.

But when the team stops responding and all four agents are found dead in a bunker locked from the inside, they turn to freelance intelligence operative Will Cochrane for answers. To find out what really happened in the Paris shooting and in the bunker and prevent an unwinnable war, Cochrane will use his years of knowledge and experience to unravel the truth . . . and maybe just keep himself alive.


Night Owl Reviews Nov, 2015 5.00