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Tuesday, April 26, 2016

BOOK SPOTLIGHT: The Good Traitor by Ryan Quinn + CONTEST!

Hi there!
Welcome back to another day here at Satisfaction for Insatiable Readers.

Today, we're lending the book spotlight to a title on tour with Partners in Crime Virtual Book Tours.  It stars a Thriller that sounds like it will keep you on the edge of your seat while challenging you to figure out just who did what.  Sound like your cup of tea?  Well then, what are we waiting for?  Let's do this!  Ready, set, read all about it!

The Good Traitor by Ryan Quinn

The Good Traitor
Ryan Quinn
Thomas & Mercer
Genre:  Thriller
Release Date:  April 5, 2016

About the book...
The US ambassador to China is killed in a suspicious plane crash just days after a news article links Chinese spies to US business interests. The American intelligence community is left scrambling to investigate possible connections between the crash and a series of other high-profile deaths. On the other side of the world, ex-CIA operative Kera Mersal returns to the United States determined to clear her name after being branded a traitor for exposing illegal government surveillance. There, former colleague and fellow fugitive J. D. Jones contacts her with a new assignment: find out who is staging accidents to murder news sources. As the news site continues to publish stories about top-secret CIA programs and Chinese government corruption, Mersal reunites with old allies to uncover the truth and prove her loyalty to her country once and for all. But Mersal’s investigations put her on the trail of a sinister hacker whose own motives may influence a vaster—and more deadly—geopolitical conspiracy than either of the world’s two largest superpowers is prepared to handle.

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About the author...

Ryan Quinn

A native of Alaska, Ryan Quinn was an NCAA champion and an all-American athlete in skiing while at the University of Utah. He worked for five years in New York’s book-publishing industry before moving to Los Angeles, where he writes and trains for marathons. Quinn’s first novel, The Fall, was an award-winning finalist for the 2013 International Book Awards.

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This is a rafflecopter giveaway hosted by Partners In Crime Virtual Book Tours for Ryan Quinn. There will be 1 winners of 1 $10 US Gift card. The giveaway begins on April 5th and runs through May 13th, 2016.

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Special thanks to the PICT promotion team for the chance to bring this tour to you.  (THANKS!)  For more information on this title, the author, or those promotions on the horizon, feel free to click through the links provided above.

Until next time...happy reading!


Tracy Terry said...

Loving the sound of a sinister hacker. Thanks for featuring this.

CMash said...

An edge of the seat read? This is now on my TBR list!!

Ryan Quinn said...

Thanks for taking a look at The Good Traitor. I'm excited to hear what readers think!

Dena BatchofBooks said...

This sounds like an edge-of-your-seat kind of book!

Dena @ Batch of Books

Aylee said...

Oooh reminds me a bit of Homeland - and if it is anything like Homeland, then it should be good :)

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