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Christopher Reich


Japan (1961 - )

Christopher Reich worked for a major Swiss bank in Geneva before joining its department of mergers and acquisitions in Zurich. In 1995 he decided to pursue writing full-time. He lives in California and Switzerland with his wife and children.

Genres: Thriller
 
Novels
 
Christopher Reich recommends
Epitaph
Epitaph (2001)
James Siegel
"By turns compelling, touching, and terrifying, EPITAPH is a fine read. James Siegel is a great new talent, a keen student of the human condition as well as one helluva storyteller. I thoroughly enjoyed it."

Free Agent (2009)
(Paul Dark Trilogy , book 1)
Jeremy Duns
"Free Agent is a sleek, fast-paced tale of espionage and international intrigue that held me utterly entranced. Duns is an exceptional talent. As I rapidly turned the pages, I was transported back to the heyday of spy fiction and reminded of the best of Le Carre, Deighton, and Forsyth. Recommended without reservation."
Dead Men's Dust
Dead Men's Dust (2009)
(Joe Hunter Thriller, book 1)
Matt Hilton
"A dose of pure rocket fuel. Starts fast, gets faster, and doesn't quit right through to the slam bang finale. Dead Men's Dust is as enjoyable a thriller as you will read this year, and I do mean 'Thriller!'. My ears are still ringing with gunfire! I loved this book."
The Geneva Deception
The Geneva Deception (2009)
(Tom Kirk, book 4)
James Twining
"Twining is a worth successor to Forsyth, Follet, and Higgins."

Once A Spy (2010)
(Drummand Clark, book 1)
Keith Thomson
"Uttrely original... Think Carl Hiassen taking on John Le Carre."

Phony Tinsel (2013)
Robert S Levinson
"Boffo!... a wry, fast-paced, often hilarious tale of love, ambition and making movies in Hollywood’s Golden Age... Truly a delight!"

Bravo (2014)
(Jad Bell, book 2)
Greg Rucka
"Hands down, the most exciting, adrenaline-pumping, butt-kicking novel I've read in years."

The Prometheus Man (2017)
Scott Reardon
"A winning international thriller that is as smart as it is suspenseful. Part Robert Ludlum, part Michael Crichton, with a contemporary spin all Scott Reardon's own, The Prometheus Man is flat-out a great read!"


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