In Spymaster, counterterrorism operative Scot Harvath embarks on the deadliest mission of his entire career. He’s enlisted to infiltrate and stop a secret European organization reminiscent of the 70s-era Red Brigades. Harvath has one mission – to prevent America and its NATO allies from entering a war. But without a mentor to guide him, he’s forced to take on additional responsibilities and face new threats in the process. Success means preserving America’s legacy and freedom; failure means the downfall of the West.
Spymaster was hailed as “one of the all-time best thriller novels” by The Washington Times.
Brad Thor’s novels have been published internationally, reaching as far as Japan. He has published 18 thrillers and one short story, beginning with the first Scot Harvath novel, The Lions of Lucerne. In 2014, Warner Bros. purchased the rights to his book The Athena Project, in the hopes of creating a new female-led action-thriller movie franchise.
He maintains a feverish fan base that can’t get enough of his work. In a 2017 New York Times profile, he said, “The complaint I’m getting is I don’t write fast enough.”
Sticky Holsters was also featured in Use of Force and Foreign Agent, equally thrilling and well-received installments of the Scot Harvath series.
To find out more about Brad Thor and explore his catalog, visit his official website: https://bradthor.com.