In its account of the zone where webs of technology, finance and intrigue intertwine to create a huge, hidden sensorium, Black offers as exotic and lyrically paranoid a worldview as any Don DeLillo fan could wish for.
Whitcomb parlays the experiences and expertise of a 15-year career with the FBI into a cutting-edge counterterrorism thriller. Imaginative plotting, rock-solid prose, fascinating technology and blasts of furious action will hold readers hostage until th
Whitcomb uses his insider knowledge of the Bureau and the beltway to create a compelling context-character assassination taken to the next level-for a political thriller. Entertaining election-year read
A neatly constructed debut, with all the black op trimmings.... A thriller debut that's driven by veracity...tethered to a fraught reality that may well be happening right now.