Second Sight (Google eBook)

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Penguin, Mar 31, 2009 - Fiction - 480 pages
11 Reviews
Since his reemergence with the publication of Old Boys, Charles McCarry has been heralded as one of the select few novelists of espionage who manage to break out of his genre to shine as a brilliant and unique novelist. Second Sight is seventh in the series that follows the legendary spy Paul Christopher-a man ensnared by a line of work that never failed to exert its insidious influence outside professional boundaries.

Now retired and living the quiet life as a loving husband in Washington, D.C., Christopher has survived battlefields of World War II, undercover Cold War killing grounds, and imprisonment in China. But now, throughout the Arab world, U.S. agents are being kidnapped and brain- drained by an unidentified enemy armed with a diabolical new drug. Christopher's old friend and superior in "the Outfit" calls with a command he feels he must obey. But what begins for Christopher as a global manhunt swiftly turns into something far closer to home. For the key to the danger he must defuse is a secret buried deep in his own perilous past.


  

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Review: Second Sight (Paul Christopher #07)

User Review  - Erica Verrillo - Goodreads

Charles McCarry, author of the "Paul Christopher" series, has been hailed as "the best spy novelist writing today." (Miami Herald) There is some justification for that claim. McCarry, himself a "deep ... Read full review

Review: Second Sight (Paul Christopher #07)

User Review  - Jocelyn Montalvo Cullum - Goodreads

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About the author (2009)

Charles McCarry served under deep cover as a CIA operations officer in Europe, Asia, and Africa. He is the author of nine critically acclaimed novels, as well as numerous works of non-fiction incuding Citizen Nader. He currently splits his time between Florida and the Berkshires.

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