Sunday, June 15, 2014

New Indie Book Release: Bloodridge (DS Kane)


New Indie Book Release:
Bloodridge (Spies Lie) - DS Kane
Espionage Thriller (384 pages - June 2014)

Bloodridge is a fast-paced, action packed Spy Thriller by Author DS Kane who is a former government spy, still telling lies as a spy-thriller novelist.

About the Book

Bloodridge (DS Kane)
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The night Jon Sommers finds out Lisa Gabriel, his fiancĂ©, died in a terrorist bomb attack, he is visited by Mossad spymaster Yigdal Ben-Levy, who tells him that she was not a fellow graduate student but a Mossad spy, sent to bring him to Israel. The spymaster also tells him that the death of his parents was no accident, and persuades Sommers to seek justice for Lisa’s killer.

But, things are not that simple. Jon soon finds himself at the center of a global conspiracy based on lies, and to survive, he will have to use talents he never knew he had.

At stake are the lives of millions.








About the Author

Author DS Kane
Author DS Kane
DS Kane is a former government spy, still telling lies as a spy-thriller novelist. His unique perspective and experience has led him to teach fiction writing courses on covert training, secret operations and other topics in the thriller genre at the Whidbey Island MFA program and various writers conferences. For more than a decade, his work as a global financial management consultant and as faculty at NYU's Stern Graduate School of Business also served as his cover identity.

Prior to writing fiction, he contributed to numerous financial trade journals on topics including global banking, computer fraud and countermeasures, financial forecasting, global electronic-funds transfer networks, and corporate finance. In 2007, he co-founded an online writers’ workshop called ActFourWriters.

In recent years, he’s been a featured speaker at multiple financial conferences and conventions, as well as the California Writers Club. He has also contributed tech- and Internet privacy-related articles to The Huffington Post.

DS Kane's life in espionage began years ago, when he worked in an intelligence service as a field operative. Kane says, “Much of my work product was pure but believable fiction, lies I told, and truths I concealed. Secrets that—if revealed—might have gotten me killed. From where I stand, this is true for most of the folks serving in every intelligence agency, and it’s the basis for my fiction.”


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and Twitter: @DSKaneThriller.