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Publisher Description

In this exciting and “fast-paced thriller that is hard to put down” (Michael Hayden, former director of the CIA), a young reporter must match wits with spies, assassins, and a terrorist sleeper cell that is targeting the very heart of American power.

When Boston reporter Alexandra James is assigned to cover the death of Thom Carlyle, the son of a powerful Washington insider, she soon discovers the story is not as simple as it seems. The young man fell from the top of a Harvard bell tower, but did he jump…or was he pushed?

Focused on what could be the story of a lifetime, Alex chases leads from Harvard Yard to the courtyards of Cambridge, England, from a clandestine rendezvous in London to the inside of a nuclear terrorist network. But when she goes to Washington, DC for a key interview that promises to tie everything together, Alex the hunter becomes Alex the hunted: an assassin is dispatched…her laptop disappears…her phone is tapped. And she begins to grasp that Thom Carlyle may have been killed to hide a terrifying conspiracy within the White House itself.

NPR National Security correspondent Mary Louise Kelly has turned her own real-life reporting adventures into fiction with this stylish spy thriller that is “great fun, from beginning to end” (The Washington Post).

GENRE
Mysteries & Thrillers
RELEASED
2013
June 18
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
352
Pages
PUBLISHER
Gallery Books
SELLER
SIMON AND SCHUSTER DIGITAL SALES INC
SIZE
4.2
MB

Customer Reviews

OlavVI ,

Anonymous Sources - A good read

This novel was totally implausible - well, maybe not. But it was a lot of fun to read; and hard to put down.

Foxot ,

Excitement on the page

When I finished reading Anonymous Sources on my IPad, I went to Amazon and ordered 3 hard copies to give to friends. The author writes well and uses her research skills to get the facts
right and build atmosphere.

Iamwhoiam11 ,

Easy and fun

A fun, easy read. This is the first book I have read since giving birth 9 months ago. A great choice to get back into the habit. Occasionally it was a bit too girly, occasionally a 'page turner' but none the less I read it in a day and enjoyed it all. It could be a great start to a series for this character, and I would look forward to each installment.

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