The Right Hand

Author(s): Derek Haas

Crime Fiction | No Category

Mulholland Books presents...THE RIGHT HAND Theft. Kidnapping. Assassination. There are some acts no government can sanction. There are some things all politicians must deny. Sometimes the left hand cannot know what the right hand is doing. Austin Clay is that right hand. His latest task: to track down a fellow CIA operative who has gone missing near Moscow. But nothing is what it seems, and he soon finds himself protecting a desperate woman with a deadly secret. Clay has always preferred to work on his own. But this time he has no choice - and no idea who to trust.


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Praise for Derek Haas -- . 'Derek Haas knows how to capture your attention with his first sentence and keep you in his thrall until his final words...THE RIGHT HAND, like a triple shot of espresso, will keep you up all night, eyes darting back and forth, wondering how it's all going to end.' -- David Benioff 'Derek Haas is a vivid and cinematic writer and THE RIGHT HAND is a roller coaster of a novel.' -- Jeff Abbott 'A devastatingly cool series' -- New York Times Book Review on THE SILVER BEAR TRILOGY 'Columbus is a hit man intriguing enough to take his place beside those created by Graham Greene and Lawrence Block.' -- Los Angeles Times on DARK MEN 'Brilliant, intense portrait of a professional hit man...cinematic-style story construction, cliffhangers and urgent narrative pace' -- The Australian on THE SILVER BEAR 'A thrilling page-turner - a cross between the Jason Bourne movies and the classic assassin film Leon.' -- Company on HUNT FOR THE BEAR

Derek Haas is the author of THE SILVER BEAR, the Barry Award-nominated HUNT FOR THE BEAR, and DARK MEN. Derek also co-wrote the screenplays for 3:10 to Yuma, starring Russel Crowe and Christian Bale, and Wanted, starring James McAvoy, Morgan Freeman, and Angelina Jolie. Derek lives in Los Angeles. Visit his website at or follow him on Twitter @popcornfiction.

General Fields

  • : 9781444729191
  • : Hodder & Stoughton General Division
  • : Mulholland Books
  • : October 2012
  • : books

Special Fields

  • : 320
  • : Derek Haas
  • : Paperback