The Watchmen by John Altman

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The Watchmen

'“Forget the competition for thriller of the year. John Altman has already won it, with The Watchmen.” —St. Louis Post-Dispatch “Altman’s blend of suspense, action, psychological depth, and moral murk makes this a wonderful espionage thriller for a Code Orange age.” —Publishers Weekly   “Not only a well-told story, but a moving one.” —The Washington Post “Altman’s writing is clever, cunning, and crisp. This is espionage fiction at its best.” —Ed McBain “This is perfect pleasure. The people in Altman’s world are three-dimensional, original, completely outside the stereotypical cardboard of most suspense these days. If you like the occasional thriller, if you long for something that will not insult your intelligence as it fixes you to the edge of your seat, read The Watchmen.” —Book-of-the-Month ClubPraise for John Altman “If there are thriller writers better than this, I’d like to know who they are.” —Jack Higgins'
'“Forget the competition for thriller of the year. John Altman has already won it, with The Watchmen.” —St. Louis Post-Dispatch “Altman’s blend of suspense, action, psychological depth, and moral murk makes this a wonderful espionage thriller for a Code Orange age.” —Publishers Weekly   “Not only a well-told story, but a moving one.” —The Washington Post “Altman’s writing is clever, cunning, and crisp. This is espionage fiction at its best.” —Ed McBain “This is perfect pleasure. The people in Altman’s world are three-dimensional, original, completely outside the stereotypical cardboard of most suspense these days. If you like the occasional thriller, if you long for something that will not insult your intelligence as it fixes you to the edge of your seat, read The Watchmen.” —Book-of-the-Month ClubPraise for John Altman “If there are thriller writers better than this, I’d like to know who they are.” —Jack Higgins'
Publisher: Open Road Media Mystery & Thriller ISBN: 9781497679245 Pages: 322