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Bestselling US spy thriller for the Edward Snowden age is re-launched by British publisher
New thriller writer compared to Vince Flynn, Brad Thor, David Baldacci, Lee Child in dozens of 5-star reviews on Amazon.
By: Greyhart Press
Commenting on the release, Greyhart Press CEO Tim C. Taylor said: “I read and loved ‘To Free a Spy’ last year when Nick self-published his novel, reaching #1 on the espionage bestseller list on Amazon. I noticed sales had dipped somewhat of late but the 5-star reviews kept getting posted to amazon.com and many readers were comparing Nick very favorably to Vince Flynn, Brad Thor, David Baldacci, Lee Child and all the top thriller writers. I already knew Nick had written a great book and with so much evidence that others were agreeing with me, I got in contact with him about acquiring the rights. And here we are. I’m very proud to be publishing this book.”
Washington establishment figures and FBI and CIA agencies rub shoulders with disaffected Soviet nuclear scientists, terrorists, and Tokyo pizza delivery boys. You can’t see the connections to begin with, but they are there and they feel very plausible because the author extensively researched his story. Nick recalled: “My uninvited exploration of the CIA campus in Langley, VA, was not exactly welcomed with open arms by security officers at the entrance guardpost, who questioned my intentions and my sanity for having ignored the large warning sign and armored vehicle outside the campus entrance, and gave me clear orders where to wait for a reception ‘committee’
‘To Free a Spy: Deception and Revenge in Washington, Tokyo and Moscow’ by Nick Ganaway – an espionage thriller in a post-Snowden America – is published by Greyhart Press on May 9th 2014 in paperback (ISBN 978-1484885734)
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Notes to editors
About Nick Ganaway: Nick Ganaway is an avid reader of the likes of thrillers written by of Daniel Silva, John Grisham, Michael Connelly, Ben Macintyre, David Baldacci and so many others of the genre, as well as true accounts of military special operations. Nick lives in Dunwoody, GA, and has three loving children and five beautiful grandchildren.
About Greyhart Press. British independent publisher Greyhart Press has been publishing fantastic genre fiction since 2011, and by 2013 was topping several amazon.com genre bestseller lists. To date, Greyhart Press has published 48 books by 19 authors. http://www.greyhartpress.com