Deep Sleep | Book Review

Steven Konkoly’s Deep Sleep opens with Hezbollah successfully firing missiles at Haifa (Prologue), pivots to a woman kidnapping an elderly man from a retirement home near Branson, Missouri (Chapter 1), then pivots again to a security team forcefully extracting a … Continue reading Deep Sleep | Book Review

The Other Woman | Book Review

When Daniel Silva publishes a new Gabriel Allon novel, I read it as quickly as I can. I get up early to read it, catch a few pages during breaks throughout the day, and stay up late until it’s finished. Some people binge-watch their favorite shows on Netflix. I binge-read spy books. And so it was with The Other Woman, the latest installment in Silva’s long-running series. In it, Gabriel Allon, chief of Israel’s Mossad, discovers there’s a mole near the top of a Western intelligence agency. Discovering who the mole is and what agency has been compromised before any … Continue reading The Other Woman | Book Review