The new neighbor
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|Location||Call Number / Copy Notes||Barcode||Shelving Location||Status||Due Date|
|Breckenridge Public Library||LARGE PRINT CLE (Text)||33500013686688||New||Available||-|
|Crookston Public Library||LARGE PRINT CLE (Text)||33500013686696||New||Checked out||02/28/2023|
- ISBN: 0593608208
- ISBN: 9780593608203
- Physical Description: 402 pages ; 24 cm
- Edition: First large print edition.
- Publisher: New York : Random House Large Print, 
- Copyright: ©2022
|Summary, etc.:||"Idyllic neighborhood, perfect family, meaningful career. CIA analyst Beth Bradford has it all--until she doesn't. Now, facing an empty nest and a broken marriage, Beth is moving from the cul-de-sac she's long called home, and the CIA is removing her from the case that's long been hers: tracking an elusive Iranian intelligence agent known as The Neighbor. Madeline Sterling moves into Beth's old house. She has what Beth once had: an adoring husband, three beautiful young children, and the close-knit group of neighbors on the block. Now she has it all. And Beth--who can't stop watching the woman stepping in to her old life--thinks the new neighbor has something else too: ties to Iranian intelligence. Is Beth just jealous? Paranoid? Or is something more at play? After all, most of the families on the cul-de-sac have some tie to the CIA. They're all keeping secrets. And they all know more about their neighbors than they should. It would be the perfect place to insert a spy--unless one was there all along"-- Provided by publisher.|
- Booklist Reviews : Booklist Reviews 2022 July #1
In the new thriller from the author of You Can Run (2021), Cleveland has carefully constructed a story about Beth Bradford, a CIA counterintelligence analyst who's trying to identify a traitor living in a quiet suburban cul-de-sacâor, and the narrative makes this seem like a distinct possibility, perhaps Beth is becoming steadily more ensnared by a paranoid delusion. The author, a former CIA analyst specializing in counterintelligence, uses her insider knowledge of tradecraft and the workings of the CIA to imbue the novel with realism; in Beth Bradford, she's created a character of substantial complexity. We want Beth to unmask the traitor known as The Neighbor, but, at the same time, we see some of the things Beth does, and they seem like the actions of someone who's definitely confused. Full of surprises and revelations, steeped in paranoia and fear, this is a thriller that keeps readers guessing right up until the final moments. A sequel is hinted at and much to be desired. Copyright 2022 Booklist Reviews.
Karen Cleveland is a former CIA counterterrorism analyst and the New York Times bestselling author of Need to Know, Keep You Close, and You Can Run. She has master's degrees from Trinity College Dublin and Harvard University. Cleveland lives in North Carolina with her husband and three children.
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