Books by Matthew Hunter

THE GIBRALTAR FACTOR by Matthew Hunter
MYSTERY THRILLER
Released: April 5, 1993

"Melrose and his CIA colleagues, who all talk like characters from a WW II comic book or third-graders imitating Clint Eastwood."
An American freelance intelligence operative has to bust up an Anglo-Spanish parliamentary plot that would shuffle Great Britain's political management and possibly return Gibraltar to its previous owners—in another imported thriller by the author of The Kremlin Armoury (1992). Read full book review >
THE KREMLIN ARMOURY by Matthew Hunter
MYSTERY THRILLER
Released: Aug. 1, 1992

"An average thriller made somewhat more interesting by the hero's tortured personal dilemma and moral quandary."
Hunter (the paperback Comrades) makes his hardcover debut with the familiar story of an ordinary man caught up in the intrigues of international spymasters, a scenario that he makes secondary to the hero's effort to save his faltering marriage and reclaim his estranged wife while struggling with his feelings for a beautiful would-be Russian defector. Read full book review >