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“What are the best books for fans of James Bond?” We looked at 276 of the top books, aggregating and ranking them so we could answer that very question!

The top 24 books, all appearing on 2 or more “Best For Fans Of James Bond” book lists, are ranked below by how many times they appear. The remaining 200+ books, as well as the lists we used are in alphabetical order on the bottom of the page.

You can also take a look at our Best Spy & Espionage book list for some additional titles.

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Top 24 Books Similar To James Bond



24 .) A Clean Kill in Tokyo by Barry Eisler

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  • About Great Books
  • Huffington Post

Previously published as Rain Fall Name John Rain Vocation Assassin Specialty Natural Causes Base of operations Tokyo Availability Worldwide Half American half Japanese expert in both worlds but at home in neither John Rain is the best killer money can buy You tell him who You tell him where He doesn t care about why Until he gets involved with Midori Kawamura a beautiful jazz pianist and the daughter of his latest kill Eisler provides a cracklingly good yarn well written deftly plotted and surprisingly appealing

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23 .) Our Man in Havana by Graham Greene

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  • Culture trip
  • Goodreads

MI6’s man in Havana is Wormold, a former vacuum-cleaner salesman turned reluctant secret agent out of economic necessity. To keep his job, he files bogus reports based on Charles Lamb’s Tales from Shakespeare and dreams up military installations from vacuum-cleaner designs. Then his stories start coming disturbingly true…

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22 .) Point of Impact by Stephen Hunter

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“He was one the best Marine snipers in Vietnam. Today, twenty years later, disgruntled hero of an unheroic war, all Bob Lee Swagger wants to be left alone and to leave the killing behind.

But with consummate psychological skill, a shadowy military organization seduces Bob into leaving his beloved Arkansas hills for one last mission for his country, unaware until too late that the game is rigged.

The assassination plot is executed to perfection—until Bob Lee Swagger, alleged lone gunman, comes out of the operation alive, the target of a nationwide manhunt, his only allies a woman he just met and a discredited FBI agent.

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21 .) Solo by William Boyd

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  • Book Riot
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just having celebrated his 45th birthday. British agent James Bond – 007 – is summoned to headquarters to receive an unusual mission Zanzarim.. a troubled West African nation. is being wracked by a bitter civil war. and M directs Bond to squash the rebel forces threatening the established regime. Bond senses that he’s not getting the full story about Britain’s interest in the outcome.His landing in Zanzarim begins a feverish mission to discover the forces behind this brutal war – and Bond realizes the situation is far from straightforward The beautiful and brilliant Ellie Ogilvy-Grant.

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20 .) The Camel Club (Camel Club, #1) by David Baldacci

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David Baldacci takes readers inside the nation’s most elite power club and shows how far its members will go to protect their darkest secrets.

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19 .) The Ipcress File (Secret File, #1) by Len Deighton

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When a number of scientists mysteriously disappear in Berlin, a seemingly straightforward case rapidly becomes a journey to the heart of a deadly conspiracy–a conspiracy that will test Deighton’s working-class hero to the limits of his ingenuity and resolve. To come out alive, he’ll have to prove himself a spy at the very top of his game.

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18 .) The Kill Artist (Gabriel Allon, #1) by Daniel Silva

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“Immersed in the quiet, meticulous life of an art restorer, former Israeli intelligence operative Gabriel Allon keeps his past well behind him. But now he is being called back into the game—and teamed with an agent who hides behind her own mask…as a beautiful fashion model.

Their target: a cunning terrorist on one last killing spree, a Palestinian zealot who played a dark part in Gabriel’s past. And what begins as a manhunt turns into a globe-spanning duel fueled by both political intrigue and deep personal passions…”

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17 .) The Mark of the Assassin by Daniel Silva

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“When a commercial airliner is blown out of the sky off the east coast, the CIA scrambles to find the perpetrators. A body is discovered near the crash site with three bullets to the face: the calling card of a shadowy international assassin. Only agent Michael Osbourne has seen the markings before—on a woman he once loved.

Now, it’s personal for Osbourne. Consumed by his dark obsession with the assassin, he’s willing to risk his family, his career, and his life—to settle a score…”

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16 .) The Matarese Circle by Robert Ludlum

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An international circle of killers, the Matarese will undoubtedly take over the world within just two years. Only two rival spies have the power to stop them: Scofield, CIA, and Talaniekov, KGB. They share a genius for espionage and a life of explosive terror and violence. But though these sworn enemies once vowed to terminate each other, they must now become allies. Because only they possess the brutal skills and ice-cold nerves vital to their mission: destroy the Matarese.

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15 .) The Moneypenny Diaries by Kate Westbrook

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  • About Great Books
  • Reader’s Advice

“My heart breaks for James—so begin the explosive, true, private diaries of Miss Jane Moneypenny, personal secretary to Secret Service chief M and colleague and confidante of James Bond. Bound by the Offcial Secrets Act not to reveal anything about her work, Miss Moneypenny is forced to lead a secretive, clandestine life. But, contrary to popular belief, she was not simply a bystander while James Bond saw all the action.

Miss Moneypenny’s experience with mystery stretches all the way back to her childhood in Africa, when her father inexplicably disappeared in action during World War II. Now, as a young woman in 1960s London, Miss Moneypenny unknowingly stumbles upon her father’s trail. In a position like hers, there’s no file she can’t access, and no document she can’t read. Yet Miss Moneypenny is forced to decide whether it’s worth risking everything—her job, her safety, and even international security—for the possibility of finding her father alive.”

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14 .) The Secret Agent by Joseph Conrad

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  • Culture trip
  • Goodreads

In a corrupt London underworld of criminals, terrorists, and fanatics, Mr. Verloc is assigned to plant a bomb. The tragic repercussions for his family show how Conrad’s ironic voice is concerned not with politics but with the terrible fates of ordinary people.

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13 .) American Assassin by Vince Flynn

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  • Goodreads

“Mitch Rapp was a gifted college athlete without a care in the world…and then tragedy struck. Terrorists attacked innocent American citizens, and Rapp’s girlfriend was among the murdered. Two hundred and seventy souls perished on that cold December night, and thousands of family and friends were left searching for comfort. Mitch Rapp was one of them, but he was not interested in comfort. Now he wants retribution.

Two decades of cutthroat partisan politics have left the CIA and the country in an increasingly vulnerable position. Cold War veteran CIA Operations Director Thomas Stansfield knows he must prepare his people for the next war. America must confront Islamic terrorism with full force. Stansfield directs his protégée, Irene Kennedy, and his old Cold War colleague, Stan Hurley, to form a new group of clandestine operatives who will work outside the normal chain of command—men who do not exist.”

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12 .) Berlin Game (Bernard Samson, #1) by Len Deighton

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  • Culture trip
  • Goodreads

When a valuable agent behind the Iron Curtain signals he wants out, it’s up to Bernard Samson, once active in the field but now anchored to a London desk, to undertake the crucial rescue. But soon, Samson is confronted with evidence that there is a traitor among his colleagues. And to find out who it is, he must sift through layers of lies and follow a web of treachery from London to Berlin until hero and traitor collide.

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11 .) Death of a Citizen by Donald Hamilton

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  • Huffington Post
  • Culture trip
  • About Great Books

Matt Helm, one-time special agent for the American government during the Second World War, has left behind his violent past to raise a family in Santa Fe, New Mexico. When a former colleague turns rogue and kidnaps his daughter, Helm is forced to return to his former life as a deadly and relentless assassin.

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10 .) Eye of the Needle by Ken Follett

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  • Goodreads

“His code name was “The Needle.” He was a German aristocrat of extraordinary intelligence—a master spy with a legacy of violence in his blood, and the object of the most desperate manhunt in history. . . .

But his fate lay in the hands of a young and vulnerable English woman, whose loyalty, if swayed, would assure his freedom—and win the war for the Nazis. . . . “

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9 .) Hawke by Ted Bell

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  • About Great Books
  • Reader’s Advice
  • Huffington Post

“While sailing in the Caribbean, young Alex Hawke witnesses an act of unspeakable horror as modern-day pirates brutally murder his parents. It is a tragedy that will haunt him forever, and shape his destiny….
As a direct descendant of a legendary English privateer, Lord Alexander Hawke is skilled in the ways of sea combat — and one of England’s most decorated naval heroes. Now, Hawke returns to the Caribbean on a secret mission for the American government. A highly experimental stealth submarine is missing. She carries forty nuclear warheads, and is believed to be in the hands of an unstable government just ninety miles from the American mainland. In a race against time, Hawke must locate the sub before a strike can be launched against the U.S. — and, after a lifetime of nightmares, finally avenge himself upon the men who slaughtered his family…. “

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8 .) Killing Floor by Lee Child

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Ex-military policeman Jack Reacher is a drifter. He’s just passing through Margrave, Georgia, and in less than an hour, he’s arrested for murder. Not much of a welcome. All Reacher knows is that he didn’t kill anybody. At least not here. Not lately. But he doesn’t stand a chance of convincing anyone. Not in Margrave, Georgia. Not a chance in hell.

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7 .) Modesty Blaise by Peter O’Donnell

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  • Reader’s Advice
  • Huffington Post

In her first adventure for British Intelligence Modesty Blaise with her loyal lieutenant, Willie Garvin, must foil a multi-million pound diamond heist. They travel from London to the South of France, across the Mediterranean to Cairo before battling, against impossible odds, a private army of professional killers.

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6 .) The Day of the Jackal by Frederick Forsyth

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  • Culture trip
  • Goodreads

“The Jackal. A tall, blond Englishman with opaque, gray eyes. A killer at the top of his profession. A man unknown to any secret service in the world. An assassin with a contract to kill the world’s most heavily guarded man.

One man with a rifle who can change the course of history. One man whose mission is so secretive not even his employers know his name. And as the minutes count down to the final act of execution, it seems that there is no power on earth that can stop the Jackal.”

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5 .) The Hunt for Red October by Tom Clancy

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  • Goodreads

“Somewhere under the freezing Atlantic, a Soviet sub commander has just made a fateful decision. The Red October is heading west. The Americans want her. The Russians want her back. The chase for the highly advanced nuclear submarine is on—and there’s only one man who can find her…

Brilliant CIA analyst Jack Ryan has little interest in fieldwork, but when covert photographs of Red October land on his desk, Ryan soon finds himself in the middle of a high-stakes game of hide-and-seek played by two world powers—a game that could end in all-out war.”

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4 .) The Riddle of the Sands by Erskine Childers

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  • Culture trip
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  • Goodreads

“Regarded as one of the best spy stories ever written, this is the classic Secret Service novel. More like fact than fiction, it holds a special place in the affections of spy-novel fans for its richness of technical detail about inshore sailing, its highly sympathetic characters, an unsurpassed narrative style, and a setting and plot that recapture the European political scene on the eve of World War I.
Two young Englishmen, Davies and Carruthers, head for the Baltic Sea in the late 1890s for a holiday of sailing and duck-shooting. The mood gradually darkens as Davies discloses his suspicions of espionage in the North Frisian Islands, and Carruthers joins in an investigation that develops into a series of increasingly dangerous intrigues. Norman Donaldson, an expert on detective and suspense fiction, offers an Introduction with details about the author as well as the novel’s background and its place in the history of the spy-novel genre.”

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3 .) The Spy Who Came in from the Cold by John LeCarre

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In the shadow of the newly erected Berlin Wall, Alec Leamas watches as his last agent is shot dead by East German sentries. For Leamas, the head of Berlin Station, the Cold War is over. As he faces the prospect of retirement or worse—a desk job—Control offers him a unique opportunity for revenge. Assuming the guise of an embittered and dissolute ex-agent, Leamas is set up to trap Mundt, the deputy director of the East German Intelligence Service—with himself as the bait. In the background is George Smiley, ready to make the game play out just as Control wants.

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2 .) Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy by John le Carré

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The man he knew as “Control” is dead, and the young Turks who forced him out now run the Circus. But George Smiley isn’t quite ready for retirement—especially when a pretty, would-be defector surfaces with a shocking accusation: a Soviet mole has penetrated the highest level of British Intelligence. Relying only on his wits and a small, loyal cadre, Smiley recognizes the hand of Karla—his Moscow Centre nemesis—and sets a trap to catch the traitor.

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1 .) The Bourne Trilogy (Jason Bourne, #1-3) by Robert Ludlum

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  • Goodreads

THE BOURNE IDENTITY: He has no past. And he may have no future. His memory is blank. He only knows that he was fished out of the Mediterranean Sea, his body riddled with bullets. There are a few clues: evidence that plastic surgery has altered his face, a Swiss bank account containing four million dollars, and a name: Jason Bourne. But he is marked for death, racing for survival through the layers of his buried past into a world of murderous conspirators – led by the world’s most dangerous assassin, Carlos. And no one can help Bourne but the woman who once wanted to escape him. THE BOURNE SUPREMACY: In a Kowloon Cabaret, scrawled in a pool of blood, is a name the world wanted to forget: Jason Bourne. The Chinese vice-premier has been slain by a legendary assassin. World leaders ask the same fearful questions: Why has Jason Bourne come back? Who is the next to die? But US officials know the truth: there is no Jason Bourne. The name was created as cover for David Webb on his search for the notorious killer Carlos.

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The 250+ Additional Best Books For Fans Of James Bond



 

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2561 Hours (Jack Reacher, #14)Lee ChildGoodreads
26A Fistful of DiamondsJohn B. Robinson
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27A Hooded CrowCraig Thomas
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28A Matter of HonorJeffrey Archer
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29A Murder of QualityJohn le CarréGoodreads
30A Perfect SpyJohn le CarréGoodreads
31A Taste for DeathPeter O’Donnell
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32Above SuspicionHelen MacInnes
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33Absolute PowerDavid BaldacciGoodreads
34Against all EnemiesTom Clancy
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35Agents of InnocenceDavid Ignatius
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36AKA JaneMaureen Tan
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37Arctic DriftClive Cussler
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38AssassinTed Bell
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39Atlantis FoundClive Cussler
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40Bad Luck and Trouble (Jack Reacher, #11)Lee ChildGoodreads
41Black WindClive Cussler
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42Blood LineJohn J. Davis
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43BlowbackBrad Thor
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44Bomb GradeBrian Freemantle
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45Call for the Dead (George Smiley, #1)John le CarréGoodreads
46Capitol OffenseTony Gibbs
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47Carte BlancheJeffrey Deaver
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48Casino Royale (James Bond, #1)Ian FlemingGoodreads
49Charlie’s ApprenticeBrian Freemantle
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50Charon’s LandingJack Du Brul
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51Clear and Present Danger (Jack Ryan Universe, #6)Tom ClancyGoodreads
52Colonel SunKingsley Amis
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53Comrade CharlieBrian Freemantle
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54Consent to Kill (Mitch Rapp, #8)Vince FlynnGoodreads
55CosumelHoward E. Hunt
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56CyclopsClive Cussler
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57Dead Man’s HandlePeter O’Donnell
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58Dead Men LivingBrian Freemantle
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59Dead SimpleLon Land
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60Debt of Honor (Jack Ryan Universe, #8)Tom ClancyGoodreads
61Deep SixClive Cussler
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62Desire Never DiesJenna Peterson
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63Devil May CareSebastian Faulks
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64Die Trying (Jack Reacher, #2)Lee ChildGoodreads
65Doctor No (James Bond, #6)Ian FlemingGoodreads
66DragonClive Cussler
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67Dragon’s ClawPeter O’Donnell
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68Dying for RevengeEric Jerome Dickey
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69Epitaph for a SpyEric Ambler
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70Evil TimeP.S. Donoghue
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71Executive Orders (Jack Ryan Universe, #9)Tom ClancyGoodreads
72Extreme Measures (Mitch Rapp, #11)Vince FlynnGoodreads
73Eye of the ArchangelForrest DeVoe Jr.
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74First DropZoe Sharp
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75Flood TideClive Cussler
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76From London With LoveJenna Peterson
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77From Russia With Love (James Bond, #5)Ian FlemingGoodreads
78Frost the FiddlerJanice Weber
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79Goldfinger (James Bond, #7)Ian FlemingGoodreads
80Gorky Park (Arkady Renko, #1)Martin Cruz SmithGoodreads
81GuadalajaraHoward E. Hunt
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82Harlot’s GhostNorman Mailer
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83HavocJack Du Brul
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84Hemingway’s NotebookBill Granger
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85Henry McGee Is Not DeadBill Granger
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86Hot TicketJanice Weber
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87Hunt for Red OctoberTom ClancyCulture trip
88I Am Pilgrim (Pilgrim, #1)Terry HayesGoodreads
89I, LuciferPeter O’Donnell
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90Ian Fleming’s Bond
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91IcebergClive Cussler
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92In Pursuit of Platinum: The Shocking Secret of World War IIVic RobbieGoodreads
93Inca GoldClive Cussler
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94Into the VolcanoForrest DeVoe Jr.
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95IslamoradaHoward E. Hunt
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96IxtapaHoward E. Hunt
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97IzmirHoward E. Hunt
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98Jade TigerCraig Thomas
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99James Bond: The Authorized Biography of 007: a Fictional BiographyJohn Pearson
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100James Bond: The Union Trilogy: Three 007 Novels: High Time to Kill, Doubleshot, Never Dream of DyingRaymond Benson
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101James Bond’s Cuisine: 007’s Every Last Meal: Every Bite and Sip of the World’s Greatest AgentMatt Sherman
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102Kingdom of the SevenLon Land
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103Kings of Many CastlesBrian Freemantle
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104Kiss the Girls and Make Them SpyMable Maney
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105Last Day in LimboPeter O’Donnell
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106League of TerrorBill Granger
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107License RenewedJohn Gardner
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108Live and Let Die (James Bond, #2)Ian FlemingGoodreads
109MazatlanHoward E. Hunt
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110Memorial Day (Mitch Rapp, #7)Vince FlynnGoodreads
111Mexico Set (Bernard Samson, #2)Len DeightonGoodreads
112Moscow Rules (Gabriel Allon, #8)Daniel SilvaGoodreads
113Night Never FallsBud Shrake
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114Night ProbeClive Cussler
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115Night Soldiers (Night Soldiers, #1)Alan FurstGoodreads
116Nonofficial AssetWilliam SewellGoodreads
117Olivia Joules and the Overactive ImaginationHelen Fielding
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118On Her Majesty’s Secret Service (James Bond, #11)Ian FlemingGoodreads
119One Shot (Jack Reacher, #9)Lee ChildGoodreads
120Pacific VortexClive Cussler
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121Path of the AssassinBrad Thor
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122Patriot Games (Jack Ryan Universe, #2)Tom ClancyGoodreads
123PirateTed Bell
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124Playing With CobrasCraig Thomas
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125Plum Island (John Corey, #1)Nelson DeMilleGoodreads
126Portrait of a Spy (Gabriel Allon, #11)Daniel SilvaGoodreads
127Quiller (aka Northlight)Adam Hall
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128Quiller BalalaikaAdam Hall
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129Quiller BambooAdam Hall
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130Quiller BarracudaAdam Hall
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131Quiller KGBAdam Hall
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132Quiller MeridianAdam Hall
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133Quiller SalamanderAdam Hall
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134Quiller SolitaireAdam Hall
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135Quiller’s RunAdam Hall
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136Raise the TitanicClive Cussler
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137Red Rabbit (Jack Ryan Universe, #3)Tom ClancyGoodreads
138Red Sparrow (Red Sparrow Trilogy #1)Jason MatthewsGoodreads
139Red Star RisingBrian Freemantle
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140Red Storm RisingTom ClancyGoodreads
141Rogue MaleGeoffrey Household
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142Run Jane RunMaureen Tan
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143Sabre-ToothPeter O’Donnell
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144SaharaClive Cussler
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145Saving the QueenWilliam Buckley
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146SchismBill Granger
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147Sea LeopardCraig Thomas
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148Second ShotZoe Sharp
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149See Charlie RunBrian Freemantle
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150Separation of Power (Mitch Rapp, #5)Vince FlynnGoodreads
151Shadow QueenTony Gibbs
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152ShibumiTrevanianGoodreads
153Shock WaveClive Cussler
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154SilverFinCharlie Higson
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155Six Days of the CondorJames GradyGoodreads
156Sleeping with StrangersEric Jerome Dickey
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157Slipping Into ShadowCraig Thomas
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158Smiley’s PeopleJohn le CarréGoodreads
159SonoraHoward E. Hunt
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160SpyTed Bell
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161Spy LineLen Deighton
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162State of the UnionBrad Thor
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163TakedownBrad Thor
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164Term LimitsVince FlynnGoodreads
165The 39 Steps (Richard Hannay, #1)John BuchanGoodreads
166The 9th DirectiveAdam Hall
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167The Alpha DeceptionLon Land
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168The Blind RunBrian Freemantle
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169The Book of SpiesGayle Lynds
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170The Bourne Legacy (Jason Bourne, #4)Eric Van LustbaderGoodreads
171The Bourne Supremacy (Jason Bourne, #2)Robert LudlumGoodreads
172The Bourne Ultimatum (Jason Bourne, #3)Robert LudlumGoodreads
173The British CrossBill Granger
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174The Cardinal of the Kremlin (Jack Ryan Universe, #5)Tom ClancyGoodreads
175The Charm SchoolNelson DeMilleGoodreads
176The CompanyRobert LittellGoodreads
177The Constant GardenerJohn le CarréGoodreads
178The Da Vinci Code (Robert Langdon, #2)Dan BrownGoodreads
179The Dark Chronicles: A Spy TrilogyJeremy Duns
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180The Defector (Gabriel Allon, #9)Daniel SilvaGoodreads
181The Dogs of WarFrederick ForsythGoodreads
182The Eagle Has Landed (Liam Devlin, #1)Jack HigginsGoodreads
183The Einstein PapersCraig Dirgo
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184The English Assassin (Gabriel Allon, #2)Daniel SilvaGoodreads
185The Faithful Spy (John Wells, #1)Alex BerensonGoodreads
186The Fallen Angel (Gabriel Allon, #12)Daniel SilvaGoodreads
187The Fires of MidnightLon Land
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188The First CommandmentBrad Thor
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189The Foreign Correspondent (Night Soldiers, #9)Alan FurstGoodreads
190The Fourth ProtocolFrederick ForsythGoodreads
191The Gamma OptionLon Land
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192The Girl Who Played with FireStieg LarssonGoodreads
193The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo (Millennium, #1)Stieg LarssonGoodreads
194The Girl with the Golden BouffantMable Maney
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195The HitDavid Baldacci
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196The Honourable SchoolboyJohn le CarréGoodreads
197The Impossible VirginPeter O’Donnell
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198The Infant of PragueBill Granger
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199The InnocentIan McEwanCulture trip
200The Innocent (Will Robie, #1)David BaldacciGoodreads
201The Intern’s HandbookBook Riot
202The Judas StrainJames Rollins
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203The Key to RebeccaKen FollettGoodreads
204The Kobra ManifestoAdam Hall
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205The Last Good GermanBill Granger
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206The Last Man (Mitch Rapp, #13)Vince FlynnGoodreads
207The Last PatriotBrad Thor
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208The Last RavenCraig Thomas
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209The Lion’s GameNelson DeMille
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210The Lions of LucerneBrad Thor
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211The Little Drummer GirlJohn le CarréGoodreads
212The Looking Glass WarJohn le CarréGoodreads
213The Man Who Heard Too MuchBill Granger
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214The Mandarin CypherAdam Hall
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215The Mediterranean CaperClive Cussler
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216The Medusa StoneJack Du Brul
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217The Messenger (Gabriel Allon, #6)Daniel SilvaGoodreads
218The Ministry of FearGraham GreeneGoodreads
219The Night of MorningstarPeter O’Donnell
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220The Ninth DirectiveAdam Hall
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221The Ninth Orphan (The Orphan Trilogy, #1)James MorcanGoodreads
222The November ManBill Granger
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223The Odessa FileFrederick ForsythGoodreads
224The Omega CommandLon Land
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225The Omicron LegionLon Land
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226The Orphan Factory (The Orphan Trilogy, #2)James MorcanGoodreads
227The Orphan TrilogyJames & Lance Morcan
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228The Orphan Uprising (The Orphan Trilogy, #3)James MorcanGoodreads
229The Parsifal MosaicRobert Ludlum
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230The Peking TargetAdam Hall
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231The Quiet AmericanGraham GreeneGoodreads
232The Quiller MemorandumAdam Hall
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233The Rembrandt Affair (Gabriel Allon, #10)Daniel SilvaGoodreads
234The RunaroundBrian Freemantle
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235The Russia HouseJohn le CarréGoodreads
236The Saladin StrategyNorm ClarkGoodreads
237The Sapphire SeaJohn B. Robinson
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238The Scarlet PimpernelEmmuska OrczyGoodreads
239The Scorpion SignalAdam Hall
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240The Shattered EyeBill Granger
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241The Silver MistressPeter O’Donnell
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242The Sinkiang ExecutiveAdam Hall
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243The SpyClive Cussler
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244The Spy Who Loves MeJulie Kenner
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245The Striker PortfolioAdam Hall
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246The Sum of All Fears (Jack Ryan Universe, #7)Tom ClancyGoodreads
247The Tailor of PanamaJohn le CarréGoodreads
248The Tango BriefingAdam Hall
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249The Third ManGraham GreeneGoodreads
250The Third Option (Mitch Rapp, #4)Vince FlynnGoodreads
251The Thirty-Nine StepsJohn BuchanCulture trip
252The TouristOlen Steinhauer
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253The Tourist (The Tourist, #1)Olen SteinhauerGoodreads
254The Vengeance of the TauLon Land
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255The Vesuvius ClubMark Gatiss
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256The Warsaw DocumentAdam Hall
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257The Xanadu TalismanPeter O’Donnell
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258The Zurich NumbersBill Granger
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259There Are No SpiesBill Granger
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260Third StrikeZoe Sharp
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261Thunderball (James Bond, #9)Ian FlemingGoodreads
262Too Bad to DieBook Riot
263Transfer of Power (Mitch Rapp, #3)Vince FlynnGoodreads
264TreasureClive Cussler
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265Treasure of KhanClive Cussler
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266TremorCraig Dirgo
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267Trojan OdysseyClive Cussler
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268TsarTed Bell
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269Tsunami ConnectionMichael James GallagherGoodreads
270Up CountryNelson DeMilleGoodreads
271Valhalla RisingClive Cussler
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272Vixen 03Clive Cussler
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273Vulcan’s ForgeJack Du Brul
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274Waking with EnemiesEric Jerome Dickey
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275WarlordTed Bell
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276Without Remorse (Jack Ryan Universe, #1)Tom ClancyGoodreads


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