In this second original prequel novel to Showtime’s award-winning hit series HOMELAND, to expose a double-agent, CIA officer Carrie Mathison's boss, Saul Berenson, will send her on the most dangerous mission of her life.
"The best thriller on American Television." - New York Post
In this original prequel novel to Showtime’s award-winning hit series HOMELAND, CIA Intelligence Officer Carrie Mathison is sent on a mission to Beirut and Iraq that will radically transform the course of her career and her life.
"A fantastic page-turning thriller where you'll find out exactly what happened to Carrie before Season One!"
A brutal attack on the U.S. embassy in Switzerland leaves Congressional leaders demanding action. The CIA turns to the deadliest agent they know: Scorpion. What he uncovers will lead to a desperate mission in Iran, as the clock to war ticks down.
"Reminiscent of the best of Ian Fleming, Robert Ludlum and Tom Clancy. . . a heart-pounding and satisfying ride."
A mysterious Eastern European millionaire wants Scorpion to stop a political assassination, but Scorpion, joining forces with a beautiful woman, will find himself caught in a deadly trap.
"I loved this book! It just blew me away."
-- Night Owl Reviews
An assassination leads Scorpion in a deadly manhunt to stop a looming nightmare.
"One of the smartest, swiftest and most compelling spy novels in years."
-- Harlan Coben
Spy thriller set in World War Two; Libraries-ranked one of the "Best World War Two Novels of All Time!"
“A smashing, sexy and unforgettable read.”
CIA agent Sawyer is on a one-way mission in Southeast Asia’s deadly Golden Triangle.
"ELECTRIFYING ... Andrew Kaplan is at his dazzling best in "Dragonfire".
-- Kirkus Reviews
An American agent must save a Congressman’s daughter and stop a secret coup in Arabia.
"Pure Dynamite... espionage laced with high voltage Middle East adventure."
An ex-CIA agent is obsessed with hunting a Nazi war criminal, but a secret sinister plot is about to unfold. "Kept me up till the late show hours . . . [paced] like a ride on the Magic Mountain roller coaster."
-- Los Angeles Times