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.
Two gritty, fast-moving novels set in the world of basketball by legendary crime writer Ralph Dennis.
This collection of some of Ralph's early short stories and poetry, framed with excerpts from articles about him and by essays from authors who knew him well.
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
The recently discovered, long-lost, 13th and final Hardman adventure sends the unlicensed PI to London to find a missing man...where he becomes embroiled in an ugly case of embezzlement and murder.
Straight-up, hardboiled crime fiction, written in a tight, evocative voice with a wicked, dark sense of humor.
A disciplined focus on atmosphere bolsters this previously unpublished spy novel from Dennis...[his] stark, impassive prose will appeal to noir fans.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.
A smooth thriller with an abundance of Cold War coolness and double-crosses.
An unconventional spy thriller with compelling characters that springboard into action