The Spy in a Box – Coming in December

The Spy in a Box – Coming in December by Ralph Dennis

The bold new novel of espionage and betrayal from thriller master Ralph Dennis, the author of A Talent for Killing and the acclaimed Hardman series of crime novels.

Will Hall is a CIA agent in a South American country on the brink of Civil War. But when the moderate, rebel leader that Hall covertly supported is assassinated, the spy resigns and retreats to a cabin in the North Carolina woods. His quiet, civilian life is shattered when an unknown adversary frames him for revealing Agency secrets, putting a kill-on-sight target on his back. Hall runs in a global chase to evade death, clear his name, and free himself from the flawless “box job” that could become his coffin.

 


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All Kinds of Ugly – Coming in February

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The Spy in a Box – Coming in December

The Spy in a Box – Coming in December

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Dust in the Heart – Coming in January

Dust in the Heart – Coming in January

There's a killer stalking children in a small, North Carolina town...and the only one who can stop him is the local Sheriff, a man crippled physically and emotionally by a war that he's still fighting within himself. The haunting, powerful new thriller by Ralph Dennis, author of the legendary Hardman series of crime novels

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Reviews For The Spy in a Box – Coming in December

The Spy in a Box – Coming in December 5.0

Straight-up, hardboiled crime fiction, written in a tight, evocative voice with a wicked, dark sense of humor.

Lee Goldberg, #1 New York Times bestselling author

The Spy in a Box – Coming in December 5.0

A disciplined focus on atmosphere bolsters this previously unpublished spy novel from Dennis...[his] stark, impassive prose will appeal to noir fans. Steady plotting and authentic characters hold the story together.

Publishers Weekly