It's supposed to be an easy job - get in, shake down the engineer, get out. But with a gorgeous foreign agent and a gang of uzi-toting teenage thugs thrown into the mix, Olesia will have a hard enough time keeping her head on her shoulders, let alone keeping her pants up around her waist. Dirty deals are going down in Bethesda, and when the bullets start flying, you'd better be the one holding the gun...
Dirty Deals is a 24,000 word erotic spy thriller packed with gunfights, intrigue and illicit liaisons. It is the first title in the Olesia Anderson series. ADULT CONTENT WARNING - Dirty Deals contains explicit sex scenes, and is not suitable for under 18s.
But nothing ever goes as planned, and Olesia soon realises that this data-heist was never about wheat-germ at all. Senatorial blackmail, organ farming, a midnight ménage à trois and a rogue security chief with a big gun are all standing between Olesia and a successful mission. Can she keep her head screwed on straight? Or will this be the end of Olesia's career... and her life?
Black Market is a 32,000 word erotic spy thriller filled with corporate infiltrations, shoot-outs, backstabbing and adult escapades. It is the second title in the Olesia Anderson series. ADULT CONTENT WARNING - Black Market contains explicit sex scenes, and is not suitable for under 18s.
Her meticulously organised raid on the Metelitsa Casino has fallen apart, Brad is a hostage of rogue Dublirovat agents and Sparks is out of contact. She's lost in Moscow with no weapons, no backup and no escape route... but she does have a plan.
With the Portobello in hand and a fistful of stolen currency in her pocket, Olesia is going on the attack, and she's aiming straight for the jugular. She'll either have Brad back in her arms by morning, or the streets of Moscow are going to be washed with blood...
Double Down Part 2 is a 31,500 word action-thriller filled with espionage, high-powered weaponry and double-crosses, and is the second installment in a double-length Olesia Anderson adventure.
From #1 New York Times bestselling author Daniel Silva, this summer’s hottest thriller.
Now you see her. Now you don’t. THE NEW GIRL. A new thriller of deception, betrayal, and vengeance.
She was covered from head to toe in expensive wool and plaid, the sort of stuff one saw at the Burberry boutique in Harrods. She carried a leather bookbag rather than a nylon backpack. Her patent leather ballet slippers were glossy and bright. She was proper, the new girl, modest. But there was something else about her …
At an exclusive private school in Switzerland, mystery surrounds the identity of the beautiful raven-haired girl who arrives each morning in a motorcade fit for a head of state. She is said to be the daughter of a wealthy international businessman. In truth, her father is Khalid bin Mohammed, the much-maligned crown prince of Saudi Arabia. Once celebrated for his daring social and religious reforms, he is now reviled for his role in the murder of a dissident journalist. And when his only child is brutally kidnapped, he turns to the one man he can trust to find her before it is too late.
What’s done cannot be undone …
Gabriel Allon, the legendary chief of Israeli intelligence, has spent most of his life fighting terrorists, including the murderous jihadists financed by Saudi Arabia. Prince Khalid—or KBM, as he is known—has pledged to finally break the bond between the Kingdom and radical Islam. For that reason alone, Gabriel regards him as a valuable if flawed partner. Together they will become unlikely allies in a deadly secret war for control of the Middle East. The life of a child, and the throne of Saudi Arabia, hang in the balance. Both men have made their share of enemies. And both have everything to lose.
Filled with dark humor, breathtaking twists of plot, and an unforgettable cast of characters, The New Girl is both a thrilling, page-turning tale of entertainment and a sophisticated study of political alliances and great-power rivalries in a dangerous world. And it is once again proof that Gabriel Allon is “one of fiction’s greatest spies” (Kirkus) and Daniel Silva is “quite simply the best” (Kansas City Star) writer of foreign intrigue and suspense at work today.