Books by Jon Stock

DIRTY LITTLE SECRET by Jon Stock
THRILLERS
Released: March 26, 2013

"Though some readers may be bothered by the novel's anti-Americanisms and others will find Dhar too sympathetically drawn, such strokes are part of Stock's deft contemporization of the spy genre."
In the third installment of a superb series, renegade MI6 operative Daniel Marchant and his half brother, most-wanted terrorist Salim Dhar, again prove the most dangerous of odd couples. Read full book review >
GAMES TRAITORS PLAY by Jon Stock
THRILLERS
Released: March 27, 2012

"Scattered clichés and a threadbare Mata Hari subplot aside, this one will please fans."
Ploys and counter-ploys, motives sincere and suspicious, agents trustworthy and treacherous—plus a daunting lexicon of spy-agency jargon, terms and acronyms—highlight a complex thriller about the search for a "most wanted" terrorist. Read full book review >
DEAD SPY RUNNING by Jon Stock
THRILLERS
Released: Nov. 1, 2010

"A welcome addition to contemporary spy fiction that conveys with riveting details the complexity of global terrorism."
A discredited British spy seeks to rehabilitate himself and exonerate his deceased father—wrongly besmirched former head of MI6—while trotting the globe to escape the old man's enemies and prevent the new American president from being assassinated. Read full book review >