CIA Fall Guy

CIA Fall Guy

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Title:CIA Fall Guy
Edition Language:English
ISBN:9781477607930
Format Type:Paperback
Number of Pages:138 pages

A woman whose husband was killed in a terrorist bombing is called to CIA headquarters to identify someone from her past. Fearing she may become a fall guy for the CIA, she sets off on her own to discover what is really going on.

Her quest takes her to Europe and back again to the U.S., and pairs her with the man who may have been responsible for her husband’s death.


    CIA Fall Guy Reviews

  • Glenn Wright

    Note that the only 5-star review was awarded by the author herself. Passable fiction. I hope the author, if she's truly in the mood to update her past works, considers re-researching some of the geogr...

  • Michelle

    Good book You people should just read this book yourselves and write your own review on this novel yourself and I really enjoyed reading this book very much so. Shelley MA...

  • Mary E. Munisteri

    Never a dull momentI hated having to put it down, but a person has to work sometime. Give it a read. You won’t be disappointed....

  • Joan

    Spies, Double Agents, Intrigue, MurderThe story commences eight years after the fall of the Berlin wall when CIA agent David Ward was in Germany to look into events in the past. At the same time Germa...

  • Naomi

    Read my full review @ http://bit.ly/Sf49cEI am not a fan of CIA thrillers. A bit to "guyish" for me. However, I enjoyed this book by Ms. Miller though. I would call this a CIA book for female readers....

  • Rebecca

    This was a good spy thriller. Sometimes it was a bit challenging to follow all the characters ... maybe more development of each would help solidify them in the reader's mind. It was a complex plot wi...

  • Valley Brown

    The plot for CIA Fall Guy is such non-stop action that the characters barely have time to breathe. It reads very much like a script at times, and it would certainly make for a good thriller/action mov...

  • Jeane

    I won this book and,as always was excited to try a new author. The plot was interesting-the CIA wanted a civilian woman to try to identify someone she had seen 25 years ago for only a few seconds.I ke...

  • Shirley Ford

    I was disappointed! Having read and enjoyed two other books by the same author, I was expecting to get the same satisfaction from this one. Stories about the CIA and the FBI always interest me and I l...

  • Marguerite Czajka

    This book started out interesting (if you suspend disbelief that the CIA would be interested in having a civilian recognize a drunk man she saw for a minute 25 years ago). I give it two stars for the ...