Charles McCarry

Christopher's Ghosts

A CIA agent faces off against a sadistic SS officer in this Cold War spy thriller that “will have readers on the edge of their seats” (Bookmarks Magazine).
It is the late 1930s, and a young Christopher bears witness to an unspeakable atrocity committed by a remorseless SS officer. Fast forward to the height of the Cold War, and the SS man emerges out of the ruins of post-war Germany to destroy the last living witness to his crime. It’s a case of tiger chasing tiger as Christopher is pursued by the only man who can match his craft or his instincts.
Praise for Christopher’s Ghosts
“McCarry . . . takes the story of his recurring master spy Paul Christopher back to its wildly romantic beginning. . . . Former spook McCarry remains at the top of his game.” —Kirkus Reviews
“McCarry . . . remains a compelling storyteller. . . .  The book speeds toward a satisfying, inevitable conclusion.” —Publishers Weekly

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