I was happy to see in Publishers Marketplace that Christopher Pavone, the author of The Expats—one of my favorite thrillers of 2012 (so far)—is writing another book. The Expats was so good because it asks the reader a provocative question: How well do you know your spouse? (In this case, the spouse in question leads a double life as an undercover spy for the CIA.) The novel had everything I look for in a thriller: a fast pace, intriguing characters, an unusual setting (Luxembourg!). If you haven't yet discovered this novel, read an interview with the author from the March edition of BookPage. Do you agree with Pavone's assertion that "most people have no idea what their spouses do all day long"?
Pavone's new book is called The Accident. It, too, is about a CIA agent—a veteran agent "tracking an anonymous manuscript with a shocking secret." I'm looking forward to it. What about you?