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David Ignatius

USA flag (b.1950)

David Ignatius, a prize-winning columnist for the Washington Post, has been covering the Middle East and the CIA for more than twenty-five years. He lives in Washington, DC.

Genres: Thriller
   Agents of Innocence (1987)
   Siro (1991)
   The Bank of Fear (1994)
   A Firing Offence (1996)
   The Sun King (1999)
   Body of Lies (2007)
     aka House of Lies
   The Increment (2009)
   Bloodmoney (2011)
   The Director (2014)
   The Quantum Spy (2017)
   The Paladin (2020)
David Ignatius recommends
The Dead of Winter (2009)
(John Madden, book 3)
Rennie Airth
"The latest gripping installment in what's becoming my favorite series of British crime novels."
Harbor of Spies (2018)
Robin Lloyd
"Robin Lloyd has written a captivating thriller-at-sea in Harbor of Spies. This book is at once a spy story, a sea story and a love story. The setting is exotic and highly original--Havana in the 1860s. The scenes of battle at sea are beautifully rendered. This second seafaring novel by Robin Lloyd cruises at hull speed."
Damascus Station (2021)
(Damascus Station, book 1)
David McCloskey
"The nightmare of the Syrian civil war is vividly portrayed by David McCloskey in Damascus Station. He captures the places and people-and most of all, the sickening feeling in the gut-of this war that shattered poor Syria while America mostly watched. As a former CIA officer, McCloskey gets the details right-not just the little ones about mistimed clocks on the wall at Headquarters but the big ones about trying to keep faith with people in a faithless business. This isn’t just a realistic spy novel, it’s real life."

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