Matthew Dunn’s Next Will Cochrane Spy Novel, ‘Act Of Betrayal,’ Set To Come Out In October

Following last year’s A Soldier’s Revenge, Matthew Dunn’s seventh Will Cochrane novel, Act of Betrayal, will come out on October 10, 2017.

In A Soldier’s Revenge, Cochrane, a former intelligence operative, was framed for murder and forced to go on the run from both the local police and the FBI. On the move, Will set his sights on tracking down the real killer in order to clear his name, but things eventually take a personal turn–amping up the tension between Dunn’s many action sequences.

This year, Cochrane will revisit an old mission that ended with more questions than answers. Check out the plot details below:

Three years ago, intelligence officer Will Cochrane was brought in by a Delta Force colonel to assassinate a terrorist financier in Berlin. After the job, the commander vanished, and hasn’t been heard from since. The details don’t quite add up, and one of the CIA agents who was involved has been investigating the mission. He reaches out to Will for help, but before they can connect, the CIA man is poisoned.

Will is determined to uncover the truth about Berlin, even if it means putting himself in the crosshairs. Framed for multiple murders, the skilled former spy has gone deep underground to evade his enemies and the Feds. But honor and loyalty to his old colleague thrust him into danger once again.

When Marsha Gage at the FBI discovers that Cochrane—one of America’s Most Wanted—has resurfaced, she immediately launches a manhunt, and she won’t stop until she brings the former CIA/MI6 operative in.

With time running out, Cochrane will use all of his training and formidable skills to outmaneuver the FBI and uncover a shocking conspiracy that will rock the foundations of our nation . . . if he can stay alive.

Dunn, a former MI6 field officer, is among the few authors within the spy genre who write from a been-there-done-that perspective. While fiction, his books pop with authenticity, as Dunn provides a rarefied glimpse into a world few know about.

For those who haven’t read Dunn’s books, Will Cochrane (who has worked with the MI6 and the CIA throughout the series) falls somewhere between James Bond and Jason Bourne.

If you love spy books and haven’t read Matthew Dunn’s stuff, pick up the first book in the series, Spycatcher, and get acquainted! Everyone else, Act of Betrayal is available for pre-order here

 

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One comment

  1. I couldn’t be more excited for this book. I absolutely love this series. Admittedly, the first book had some issues with believability, but was still good enough to get me hooked. The second book, Sentinel, was AMAZING and invokes Will going up against Russia. Each book gets better, and alongside Mark Greaney’s Gunmetal Gray, and Coes’ First Strike, his fifth book The Spy House is probably my next favorite ‘spy’ novel. Last year I was disappointed with the book, but bc I’ve read the series multiple times and know all characters and the history of the series events, I wasn’t turned off of the series. I can’t wait to see where he takes Will Cochran moving forward!
    I have tried countless times getting in touch with the author, tried everything, and can’t get in touch. If you guys can pass on that he has a MEGA fan to him I would appreciate it greatly!

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