Other Books in Series
This is book number 4 in the Milo Weaver series.
Olen Steinhauer keeps the pace going with his latest CIA adventure starring the elusive Milo Weaver. CIA analyst Abdul Ghali is sent on a mission to the Western Sahara to investigate Milo and his connections to the “Library” only to end up escaping with him on a boat to Spain. You will get jet lag, just reading about take offs and landings – to China, Italy, Africa, England, Switzerland, the U.S. Of course, a novel by Steinhauer would not be complete without holding an intimate or private meeting among agents in a restaurant. From individuals to ruthless corporations - who can be trusted, who is compromised, who is safe, who will be the last “tourist”?
- Mindy— From Mindy's Recs
New York Times bestselling author Olen Steinhauer brings back Milo Weaver in The Last Tourist.
In Olen Steinhauer’s bestseller An American Spy, reluctant CIA agent Milo Weaver thought he had finally put “Tourists”—CIA-trained assassins—to bed.
A decade later, Milo is hiding out in Western Sahara when a young CIA analyst arrives to question him about a series of suspicious deaths and terrorist chatter linked to him.
Their conversation is soon interrupted by a new breed of Tourists intent on killing them both, forcing them to run.
As he tells his story, Milo is joined by colleagues and enemies from his long history in the world of intelligence, and the young analyst wonders what to believe. He wonders, too, if he’ll survive this encounter.
After three standalone novels, Olen Steinhauer returns to the series that made him a New York Times bestseller.
About the Author
Olen Steinhauer is the New York Times bestselling author of the Milo Weaver novels, including The Tourist and An American Spy. He is also a Dashiell Hammett Award winner, a two-time Edgar Award finalist, and has been nominated for the Anthony, Ian Fleming Steel Dagger, Ellis Peters Historical Dagger, Macavity, and Barry awards. He is also the creator of the Epix TV series Berlin Station. He was raised in Virginia, and now divides his time between New York and Budapest.