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The best spy novel I have read in a very long time.
The best spy novel I have read in a very long time. Writing with grace and wit, Ignatius has created a dazzling plot, memorable characters, and a wealth of cautionary intrigue that’s in a class by itself. Ross Thomas, author of The Fourth Durango. Robin W. Winks, New York Times.
David Reynolds Ignatius (born May 26, 1950) is an American journalist and novelist. He has written ten novels, including Body of Lies, which director Ridley Scott adapted into a film. He is a former adjunct lecturer at the Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University and currently Senior Fellow to the Future of Diplomacy Program.
David Ignatius may be the finest writer of REALISTIC espionage books on the planet. If you want characters like James Bond who have extraordinarily physical and mental skills as well being pure of heart, you will not find them in an Ignatius book. He shows what I imagine to be the day to day, slow moving nature of actual espionage work.
The Quantum Spy takes us to a whole new level of intrigue and espionage. David Ignatius knows his stuff. The best spy novel I’ve read since John Le Carré’s Smiley’s Peopl. now intend to read everything that Ignatius has ever written. Philip Kerr, Washington Post.
com's David Ignatius Author Page. 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
com's David Ignatius Author Page. 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. His novels include Agents of Innocence, Body of Lies, and The Increment. He lives in Washington, DC.
Made restless by the tightening restrictions of CIA bureaucracy, agent Alan Taylor oversteps moral and legal bounds in a top-secret mission to destabilize the Soviet Union. His new recruit-the beautiful Anna Barnes, who struggles with complex feelings for Taylor-receives a deeper education than she signed up for in David Ignatius's trademark world of shifting international and domestic pressures, hidden loyalties, and secret agendas.
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From Library Journal. The factional strife in Lebanon feeds on rumor, deliberate lies, and half-truths, and spawns mercenaries and agents of every ideological stripe. From the best-selling author of The Director and Body of Lies comes a thrilling tale of global espionage, state-of-the-art technology, and unthinkable betrayal. A hyper-fast quantum computer is the digital equivalent of a nuclear bomb; whoever possesses one will be able to shred any encryption and break any code in existence.