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Spy In This Relentlessly Paced Tale Of International Suspense, Intrepid MI Intelligence Officer Alex Hawke Confronts An Evil Like No Other Terror Looms As A Madman Works His Dark Magic In The Heart Of The And A Nightmare Erupts Along The Mexican Border, Creating A Deadly Combination That Threatens To Bring America To Its Knees A Border Ain T Nothing But A Law Drawn In The Sand So Says A Small Town Texas Sheriff In Ted Bell S Most Gripping Espionage Thriller To Date Things Along America S Southern Border Are Rapidly Reaching The Boiling Point American Girls Are Being Snatched From Their Homes, Ranches Are Burning, And The Number Of Deadly Confrontations Along The Mexican Border Grows Daily At Night, Armed Mexican Troops Cross The Border At Will In Support Of Narcotics Smugglers And Illegal Immigrants By Day, Americans Take Up Arms And Plan Reprisals An All Out Border War Is No Longer Inconceivable It S Happening On Assignment For The British Secret Service, A Man Leads A Mysterious Expedition Into The Heart Of Darkness Sailing Up The Furthest Reaches Of The River, He Is Captured By A Brutal Tribe Of Indigenous Cannibals Forced Into Slave Labor, He Witnesses The Unimaginable Golden Domes And Minarets Rise Beneath The Rainforest Canopy Vast Terror Armies Are Being Recruited And Trained In The Jungle Their Goal A Vicious Jihad That Will Unite One Continentand Destroy Another They Possess Weapons Only Dreamed Of By The Western Allies Somehow He Must Escape His Captors And Live To Tell The TaleWith Tensions On Its Southern Border Threatening To Ignite Into War, America Must Look To The One Man Who Might Be Able To Confront The Demons In The Jungleand Destroy Them Alex Hawke, With Theaid Of Brilliant Scotland Yard Inspector Ambrose Congreve, And An Unstoppable Force Of Nature Named Stokely Jones, Begins A River Journey Fraught With Peril He Must Find A River With No Name, And A Villain Like No Other He Must Confront All The Terrors That Man And Nature Can Hurl At Him From Black Magic, Poison Tipped Arrows, And Blowguns To An Awesome Arsenal Of The Most Advanced Military Hardware, Hawke Must Overcome Insurmountable Odds On His Quest For VictoryHere Is An Author Who Gets You In The Palm Of His Hand And Then Clenches His Fist And Here Is A Saga Loaded To The Gunwales With Action, Glamour, And Spellbinding Suspense Alex Hawke Once Again Takes Readers Right To That Thin Border Between Fear And Overwhelming Terror It S Merely A Line Drawn In The Sand Cross It At Your PerilCross It If You Dare

About the Author: Ted Bell

Ted Bell, formerly Visiting Scholar at Cambridge University and Writer In Residence at Sidney Sussex College, Cambridge, is a full time writer He is the author of twelve consecutive New York Times Bestsellers His novels include the Lord Alex Hawke series of spy thrillers published by HarperCollins and the Nick McIver Time Travel Adventures published by St Martins His books are international bestsellers, published in 17 countries including Japan, Israel, and Turkey, and Russia, where he is the last spy novelist still published in Russian The novels are also available in audio versions voiced by actor and good friend of Ted s, John Shea.Ted is also the author of the Blackford Blaine short stories, the first of which, THE PIRATE OF PALM BEACH, appeared in the Nelson DeMille anthology, THE RICH AND THE DEAD The second installment, THE WIDOW S WALK, appeared in N, the Nantucket magazine, summer of 2012 Bell worked for a brief time as an Advisor at the U.S State Department and is a standing member of DOCA, a unit of the Department of Defense He was formerly one of the leading talents in advertising, having won every award the industry offers, including numerous Clios and Cannes Gold Lions, and, as Worldwide Creative Director of Young Rubicam, the Grand Prix at the prestigious Cannes Festival A native Floridian, Bell, an English major, graduated from Randolph Macon College in Virginia and is a former member of the college s Board of Trustees Bell began his advertising career in New York at Doyle Dane Bernbach as a junior copywriter in the early seventies By age 25 he d sold his first Hollywood screenplay and become the youngest vice president in the storied history of the creative powerhouse, DDB In 1982 he joined Leo Burnett Co., Chicago, as a Creative Director He was named President, Chief Creative Officer just four years later, in 1986, at age 40 Credited with developing numerous innovative and award winning advertising campaigns, Bell joined Young Rubicam, London After 10 years at YR, Bell retired in 2001 to write full time Bell holds honorary Doctor of Fine Arts degrees from Kendall College in Michigan, and Florida Southern College, where he is an Adjunct Professor of English Literature His newest novel, OVERKILL, a tale of Putin versus the world, will be published on May 1, 2018 and is destined to be an instant New York Times best seller.

10 thoughts on “Spy

  1. says:

    SPY Alex Hawke 4 , by Ted Bell is the first book by this author that I have read It certainly made no difference that I had not read the previous thee in the series It stood well upon its own merits.SPY is a great thriller moving at a heart racing pace between Royal Commander Alexander Hawke and alternately Sheriff Franklin Dixon of Prairie, Texas trying to bring down

  2. says:

    This story is a good example of extremely poor editing It is much too long and detrimental to the overall enjoyment of the novel The ending is much better than the rest of the story, but it takes too long to get there 3 of 10 starsMy original review was based on the abridged version I listened to the unabridged version and although there are many various story lines, they do

  3. says:

    Actual rating 0.5 stars.A very dear friend super smart, a voracious reader who is a member ofs book reviewing staff told me I should read something by Ted Bell Maybe I picked the wrong novel Or maybe she had a different Ted Bell in mind The Ted Bell I read is just another Clive Cussler, and his hero Alex Hawke is even less dimensional than Cussler s Dirk Pitt Several cars speed aw

  4. says:

    There s a blurb on the front of Ted Bell s Spy from James Patterson Ted Bell, exclaims the blurb, can really, really write And Ted Bell can really, really write What Ted Bell needs is an editor who can really, really edit.The plot is simple enough Bell s protagonist, Alexander Hawke is a prisoner of a deranged Arab terrorist in a jungle hideout in theThe terrorist is planning a big atta

  5. says:

    Can you say, suspension of disbelief Could terrorists build a network of training camps in the rain forests of South America over several years and remain virtually undetected OK Super heroes need super villains.What really bugged me though was getting little details wrong inconsistent chronology, characters playing gin rummy but the description of the hands don t make sense, and writing that

  6. says:

    Spy is the fourth story of Alexander Hawke written by Ted Bell I really enjoyed this book because I just love to read thrillers and heart squishing plot where as I read, I had to focus myself to picture each scenes This book is about Alexander Hawke, a MI6 intelligence officer, who gets captured by cannibals and is forced to labor in the jungle ofHe was hired in order to investigate why American gi

  7. says:

    Talk about a case for an abridged version of a story There were way too many things going on in this story, and a large portion of the story was around a plot that was totally unrelated to the main plot I was surprised with how the story came together and liked how the story ended however, this high point does not make up for the unnecessary plot line and too many moving parts 4 out of 10 stars for me on

  8. says:

    Hawke is up there with warrior heroes like Mitch Rapp, Kirk McGarvey and Jack Reacher.Totally unrealistic but great fun Well, maybe not totally unrealistic, but close.

  9. says:

    Spy isof a guy book The action adventure type I don t mind reading a book like this occasionally My biggest problem with this book was the amount of errors.For example, on page 459 of the hardback edition is the following paragraph He saw the familiar face of Agent Hecht standing there on the ground with all the other agents, every of them looking up at him and shaking their heads, all with a big smiles on their fac

  10. says:

    The multiple story lines, fast moving action, technology and tactical descriptions got this book a three star rating However, if I rated it on sexist remarks, it would have gotten one star Why are women, despite their abilities and toughness objectified I m struggling to believe that in a life and death situation a man would think about the curvy breasts on his female compatriot Several times this blatant sexism ruined an

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