Agent 6 by Tom Rob Smith is a historical-fiction mystery novel originally released in 2011. It is the 3rd and final book in the thrilling Leo Demidov Trilogy (also widely known as Child 44 Trilogy). Restricted by law, ex-MGB agent Leo Demidov could only watch when his family went to New York for a “Peace Tour.” When the tour ended tragically and his country would not let him investigate the case, Leo decided to take matters in his own hand.
The Secret Speech by Tom Rob Smith is a thrilling historical-fiction novel first published in 2009. It is the 2nd book in the mystery series Leo Demidov Trilogy (also known as Child 44 Trilogy). Soviet citizens, especially ex-MGB agent Leo Demidov, were shocked by Khrushchev’s secret speech stating Stalin was a tyrant. Instability hit the country during its revolution. Former hero Leo Demidov struggled to follow the change and made peace with the past.
Child 44 by Tom Rob Smith is a historical-fiction mystery novel originally released in 2008. It is the 1st book in the thrilling Leo Demidov Trilogy, also widely referred to as Child 44 Trilogy. The book introduces Leo Demidov, ex-MGB agent and a hero from Stalin era of the Soviet Union. He used to be a believer in the state’s law and policy that “there is no crime.” His believe started to fall apart when he investigated a series of horrifying child murders.
The Husband List by Janet Evanovich is a romance novel originally released in 2013. It is the 2nd book the Culhane Family series, preceded by Love in a Nutshell. THe book is co-written by Dorien Kelly.
The Heike Story by Eiji Yoshikawa is an epic historical fiction novel originally published in Japan in 1950. The English version was translated by Fuki Uramatsu and first released in in 1956. In a beautiful fictionalized story, the book chronicles Kyoto Imperial Court corruption in the 12th century and all the intrigues, scandals, feuds, and love affairs that came with it.
Originally published in Japan in 1935, Musashi by Eiji Yoshikawa is an inspiring, epic historical fiction novel. The English version of the book was translated by Charles S. Terry and released in 1981. The book chronicles the fictionalized story of Miyamoto Musashi, legendary Japanese swordsman (samurai), philosopher, and writer. In Yoshikawa’s prolific writing, Musashi’s life journey turns into an amazing Japanese story of audacious adventure and a subtle romance.