Dan Fesperman will sign and discuss Safe Houses (Knopf; $26.95).
Dan Fesperman travels as a journalist and novelist have taken him to thirty countries and three war zones. Lie in the Dark won the Crime Writers' Association of Britain's John Creasey Memorial Dagger Award for best first crime novel, The Small Boat of Great Sorrows won their Ian Fleming Steel Dagger Award for best thriller, and The Prisoner of Guantanamo won the Dashiell Hammett Award from the International Association of Crime Writers. He lives in Baltimore.
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"One of the great espionage novels of our time."
ONE OF THE NEW YORK TIMES 10 BEST CRIME NOVELS OF THE YEAR
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A Seattle Times Best Mystery of the Year
A Times of London Best Crime/Thriller Book of the Year
Vlado Petric is a homicide investigator in war-torn Sarajevo. When he encounters an unidentified body near “sniper alley,” he realizes that it is the body of Esmir Vitas, chief of the Interior Ministry’s special police, and that Vitas has been killed not by any sniper’s aim but by a bullet fired at almost pointblank range.
Award-winning author Dan Fesperman delivers a suspenseful and stunning thriller set in the mysterious and gleaming city of Dubai.
An unflinching thriller from Dan Fesperman that takes us deep into the White Rose resistance movement during World War II.
The Amateur Spy recasts the spy novel for the post-9/11 world—anyone might be watching, everyone is suspect.
When the body of an American soldier is discovered in Cuban waters near the U.S. detention facility at Guantánamo, Revere Falk, a former FBI agent, is reassigned from his job interrogating an accused al-Qaeda operative to investigate the soldier’s mysterious death.
In a riveting tale of intrigue and betrayal, a journalist and his aide infiltrate Afghanistan on the eve of the American invasion. Skelly, a jaded war correspondent, is looking for one last scoop. Najeeb, his translator and guide, is an educated young man from the Pakistani-Afghani border with a secret past, a history with the Pakistani secret police, and his own motives for this risky
Vlado Petric, a former homicide detective in Sarajevo, is now living in exile, and making a meagre living working at a Berlin construction site, when an American investigator for the International War Crimes Tribunal recruits him to return home on a mission. The assignment sounds simple enough. He is to help capture an aging Nazi collaborator who has become a war profiteer.