By Matthew Dunn
“Great expertise, nice mind's eye, and genuine been-there done-that authenticity.”
“Not in view that Fleming charged Bond with the security of the realm has the foreign undercover agent mystique been so anchored with an insider’s reality.”
—Noah Boyd, writer of The Bricklayer and Agent X
Matthew Dunn is familiar with his spycraft—and he proves it once more in Sentinel, his moment electrifying Spycatcher novel. A former British M16 box officer expert in all elements of intelligence assortment, small-arms and explosives, army unarmed wrestle, and extra, Dunn has an addition expertise so much different spies lack: he can relatively write! In Sentinel, Dunn brings again Agent Will Cochrane—whom Kirkus Reviews calls, “a Nietzschean hero who seems poised to offer Lee Child’s Jack Reacher a run for his readers”—and sends him to Avacha Bay in japanese Russia, the place he needs to infiltrate a top-secret submarine base, decode a cryptic message from a deep undercover operative, and particularly potentially hinder a devastating conflict. Espionage fiction fanatics who usually consume the works of Daniel Silva, Robert Ludlum, Alex Berenson, Ted Bell, Brad Thor, Vince Flynn, and Barry Eisler will become aware of there’s a brand new ace at the foreign mystery scene.