"Hostile Intent kept me up most of the night. Hold on, is all I can tell you." – Jay Nordlinger, National Review
Only one man can stop them.
Code named Devlin, he exists in the blackest shadows of the United States government – operating off the grid as the NSA's top agent. He's their most lethal weaponâ¦and their most secret. But someone is trying to draw him out into the open by putting America's citizens in the crosshairs – and they will continue the slaughter until they get what they want.
"Six pages into Hostile Intent and I began to feel uneasy. By page nine I'd been punched in the gut. And it just doesn't stop." – Bill Whittle, author of Silent America
Born on the United States Marine Corps base at Camp Lejeune, N. C., Michael Walsh comes from a long line of American servicemen, including veterans of the Spanish-American War, World War II, Korea and Vietnam. Walsh grew up among veterans and intelligence officers in duty stations around the world, including Washington, D.C., San Diego and Pearl Harbor, and even today several members of his family are former or active intelligence professionals with high security clearances. His debut novel, Exchange Alley was a Book-of-the-Month Club alternate selection upon its publication in 1997. His novel And All the Saints was a winner of the 2004 American Book Award for fiction.