BAI TIDE (ChampagneBooks) by Ericka Mitchell is an espionage thriller for people who like explosions and sarcasm.
Author Ericka Mitchell must be part psychic, because a good part of her new classic spy tale takes readers in Pyongyang, North Korea – tapping into North Korean-American relations, which top headlines of every news organization today.
CIA case officer, Bai Hsu is stationed in San Diego, where his job is to safeguard the valuable emotional collateral of some of the world’s most powerful people (read: their kids). Just when he thinks he’s landed the easiest assignment of all time, an operative starts targeting the school and it’s up to Bai to figure out who the operative is after, and why. This fast-paced story will take you from the picturesque beaches of San Diego to a deadly blizzard in Pyongyang and make Bai question everything he thought he knew about working in the field, and about himself.
It’s obvious Mitchell has studied spy masters, John LaCarre and Frederick Forsyth before entering the theatre of page turning espionage thrillers. One has to wonder if there’s a movie in the works.
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Erika Mitchell is the author of Blood Money, a standalone novel about one accountant’s efforts to take down a terrorism financier, and Bai Tide is the first book in her Bai Hsu series. Erika uses her lifelong passion for espionage to infuse her stories with the fun and intrigue of the James Bond movies she grew up watching, and sets those stories in ripped-from-the-headlines locations around the globe. When she’s not writing, she’s raising two tiny spies-in-training with her husband in Seattle, WA.
Thanks to TLC Book Tours http://www.tlcbooktours.com we have one copy of BAI TIDE to giveaway. Just tell us your favorite spy series. We’ll announce a winner Monday. Have a great week.