Neil Kyd, accused of assassinating a Russian presidential candidate, hunted by Russian Special Forces, has only one thing on his mind, saving his daughter's life.

Kyd has done everything possible to help his terminally ill daughter. He's out of options when he's recalled by the Agency and offered a special job, a quick 'in and out' assignment to retrieve a memory card from an ex-girlfriend in Moscow. If he accepts, the Agency will place his daughter into a cutting-edge medical program that will give her a chance. He agrees.

A cross between John le Carre's “Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy” and Patricia Highsmith’s “The Talented Mr. Ripley”

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Book Details


  • Mystery

Age Level: 

  • Adult
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Kyd's Game is an action-packed book showing the injustices and corruption in the government. Kyd, a former CIA agent now turned farmer, was given an assignment by his ex-girlfriend, Irina, to help retrieve a video disk that carries evidence against the Russian government. This assignment was beneficial to both the U.S government and Irina's brother who was campaigning for the post of the president of Russia. It was also beneficial to Kyd, whose daughter was bedridden due to a terminal illness.

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