Political Thriller Books

The best political thriller eBooks for kindle, nook, iBooks and more, including assassination thrillers, conspiracy fiction, crossover historical fiction and more.

Beleagured Truth

Beleaguered Truth, a Hard-Hitting Political Thriller by William P. Messenger

The Bottom Line: The second entry in William P. Messenger’s Shattered Triangle Series is a hard-hitting political thriller that deftly blends fact and fiction. Beleaguered Truth begins where Messenger’s Shattered Triangle leaves off, with an expanded first-person confession of the crime that was the focus of the first book in the series. Core characters Senator […]

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Tipping Point, a Truly Important Conspiracy Thriller by Tomas Byrne

The Bottom Line: Tomas Byrne scores again with an important and relentless political thriller that will have you pondering conspiracy theories long into the night. Fugitives Kate Farrow and Joe Hawkins have given up everything to expose an arms-for-oil scheme. Now hiding out in rural Iceland, with only each other to turn to for comfort, […]

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Active Measures by Matt Fulton

Active Measures, a new Espionage Thriller by Matt Fulton

The Bottom Line: A sophisticated and masterfully written tale about the dangers of loose nukes, terrorism and espionage. The fear of Iran’s nuclear ambitions, so-called “suitcase nukes” and unaccounted for nuclear material following the breakup of the Soviet Union have been edging the world’s doomsday clock closer to midnight for decades. With Active Measures, Matt […]

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Blood Republic, a Political Thriller by James R Duncan

Blood Republic is a political-thriller for a divided modern America. Corrupt politicians, racist generals, NSA surveillance, and viral hate; Blood Republic examines current extremism through a heart-pumping thriller with the fate of the country at stake. Will America survive its next election, or collapse into a 2nd civil war of conservative versus liberal? During the […]

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Convergences, a new Political Thriller by John Vance

Presidential press secretary Ethan Brooks chooses conscience over politics and refuses to endorse the Administration’s false explanation of a shocking comment made by the president’s brother, the current chief of staff–overheard and then published by a D.C. blogger. Dismissed by the president, Brooks makes his way to Kingston, Ontario to escape the press and enters […]

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Book Review: The 14th Colony, a new Cotton Malone novel by Steve Berry

The Bottom Line: As usual, Berry finds a genius “what if” scenario and shapes it into an addictive white knuckle ride. Another highly recommended outing with Cotton Malone. What happens if both the president and vice-president-elect die before taking the oath of office? That’s a question that’s well worth exploring. Shot down over Siberia, ex-Justice Department […]

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Veil of Deception by Michael Byars Lewis

Book Review: Veil of Deception, a Military Thriller by Michael Byars Lewis

The Bottom Line: This supremely satisfying military thriller hits all the right notes while establishing Lewis among the best in the genre. Highly recommended. The new F-2000 fighter jet is the most secretive project the Air Force has developed since the B-2 bomber. Featuring advanced stealth capability, vertical takeoff/landing and RPA, the ability to fly the […]

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Book Review: Black Boat Dancing, a Crime Thriller by Gerard Cappa

The Bottom Line: A remarkable thriller about money, technology and geopolitics that manages to feel both timeless and timely. When a hacker in possession of potentially explosive information goes on the run, war hero-turned-bounty hunter Con Maknazpy is recruited to bring him in. If Maknazpy fails, and the United States’ role in the Arab Spring […]

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Book Review: The Pegasus Project, a Sci-Fi Conspiracy Thriller by Flynn Falcone

The Bottom Line: A whopper of a sci-fi conspiracy thriller told in the style of Philip K. Dick. Recommended. When suburban banker George Winston wakes up in the not-too-distant future, nothing is in its right place. He still has the same job he’s known for more than a decade, but his bank now operates under a […]

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Book Review – Code Name: Papa: My Extraordinary Life while Hiding in Plain Sight

The Bottom Line: This rollicking spy memoir reads like a political thriller and takes no prisoners along the way. Told in the first person, Code Name: Papa is the story of a covert operative who worked for various government agencies, including those in the U.S., Canada and elsewhere. Beginning with Papa’s induction into the United […]

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