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Bradley George Thor Jr. born on August 21, year 1969 is an American thriller writer. He is the author of the books The Lions of Lucerne, The First Commandment, The Last Patriot and other novels. His latest novel in the Harvath series, Black Ice, was published in July 2021. The Thor novels have been published in countries around the world. He also contributed a short story, The Athens Solution, to the anthology Thriller edited by James Patterson. Thor also makes appearances on the Fox News and The Blaze.

The Last Patriot was nominated for the Best Thriller of the Year by International Thriller Writers Association. His novel Blowback was voted one of the “100 Greatest Murderer Thrillers of All Time” by National Public Radio listeners.

Thor was born and raised in the Chicago and lived in the Park City, Utah for eight years.

Thor is a graduate of Sacred Heart Schools, the Francis W. Parker School (Chicago), and the University of Southern California (cum laude), where he studied creative writing with author T.C. Young man.

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When a secret US operations team is ambushed near Syria, it looks like a dangerous informant is in Brussels. But as Harvath searches for the man, he discovers another actor: a renegade gambler bent on forcing America’s hand in a confrontation more deadly than anyone could have imagined.

As attacks escalate and terror reaches the doors of the White House, Harvath finds himself caught up in his life. From Vienna, Brussels and Berlin to Malta, Jordan and Syria, he will venture beyond his borders to confront

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Brad Thor’s book, Foreign Agent, is another thriller in this franchise. This time, Horvath must track down the source responsible not only for disrupting his own missions, but also for the assassination of the US Secretary of Defense, all with the intention of trapping the US. Along the way, he meets several new colleagues, including a German police officer and two Syrian resistance fighters, while confronting Russian agents. At the same time he meets an old colleague. Both old and new colleagues can be additional fodder for future deliveries.

The craft is pure Horvath, which can be over the top at times, but this time it’s a bit toned down. There is an emphasis on purely detective investigations as well as operations in enemy territory. Thor has pared down the involvement of Nicholas, the midget cybernetic genius, to more realistic contributions, and Scott continues to struggle with the incompatibility of his work and personal life. Whether this introspection remains an ongoing theme or forms a bridge to shifting gears remains to be seen, but it’s hard to imagine Horvath swapping places for simple domestic bliss.

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While the story and plot are obviously purely fictional, Thor has captured significant elements of current geopolitics and general tensions in the Middle East, making it an extremely plausible story. As usual.

Brad Thor’s new book Foreign Agent moves fast with action and quick scene changes. I won’t give a synopsis of the plot, since many have already done an excellent job with it. What I liked about the book:

Many thrillers that use terrorism as their main plot fuel get a little stale as the terrorists wreak havoc and death, the badass, brooding good guy begins the hunt, and eventually brings the bad guys to justice. This thriller has some interesting twists that set it apart from formulaic thrillers. I like the twist of Thor using an enemy that brings back fond memories of Tom Clancy, with the main enemy being the Russian. This story follows the current political tensions between our nations and takes them to the extreme, capitalizing on all our concerns about terrorism in the Middle East.

Scot Harvath’s Thor books are always entertaining and fast-paced, but this plot is so well integrated into current events that the reader gets the feeling that this could actually happen. Stories about the deceptions that nations use in war and foreign affairs can be difficult to portray in a novel in a convincing and believable way. Thor accomplished this with clear explanations of what was happening and why, through the character’s dialogue and actions, and with no academic explanations of foreign policy or espionage.

At the end of the book, Thor foreshadows the end of Scot Harvath’s career. Whether this is a cliffhanger meant to keep us on our toes for Harvath’s next novel or a sign that Thor is almost done with this character, it’s an interesting conundrum. I would recommend this book to anyone interested in military, political, and espionage thrillers. HAVE FUN!

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