Dark Spies : Spycatcher

  • by Matthew Dunn
  • Narrated by Rich Orlow
  • Series: Spycatcher
  • 9 hrs and 54 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

When Will Cochrane encounters a Russian spymaster codenamed Antaeus, who everyone believes is dead, he is thrust into a deadly game set in motion by powerful players deep inside the intelligence community. His orders from Langley are clear: Antaeus must not be touched. Further inquiries require project ferryman clearance. But Will decides to take his own shot at the spymaster, knowing it will make him a marked man.
Now the only way to save his career - and his life - is to get into the US and expose the truth about Project Ferryman. But to accomplish that, he's got to outmaneuver deadly Russian assassins and an elite FBI team controlled by shadowy officials who will stop at nothing to keep their sins and secrets safe.

More

What the Critics Say

"Another deep and intense thriller that feels authentic in terms of how it conveys the spy world.... Dunn has crafted another winner in this fine series. The world of spy fiction has a writer who deserves comparison to Ludlum and Fleming." (Booklist)
"Just when you think you have this maze of double-dealing figured out-surprise, it isn't what you think. All the elements of a classic espionage story are here. The novel moves with relentless momentum, scattering bodies in its wake." (Kirkus Reviews)

More

See More Like This

Customer Reviews

Most Helpful

Best In the Series Yet

The Spy Catcher series just keep getting better. I found this one the most suspenseful of all and fastest paced. Even though I missed appearances by Lathe and Roger, Emma turned out to be a wonderful new character, however brief her appearance. This was actually my second listen I just finished.
Read full review

- Nancy Kimball

Intelligent and well written enough

While we wait for the next Bourne Identity, Tinker, Tailor etc, I think this is a nice pastime.

Good character depth, good physical action, and good personal material.

A nice book! Recently, I've enjoyed David Ignacious' work which I also like. This is slightly more classic in style.

Recommended.
Read full review

- Casper Paludan

Book Details

  • Release Date: 05-05-2015
  • Publisher: Dreamscape Media, LLC