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*Chosen as one of the best books of the summer by Publishers Weekly and The Boston Globe*

Amateur private investigator Ash McKenna finds himself in a strange city, outmatched, hunted, and trapped in a dangerous game where nobody is what they seem…

The Woman from Prague keeps you hooked with its fast-paced story set in the treacheries and terrors of our post-9/11 world.” —James Grady, author of Last Days of the Condor

“Hart’s Kafkaesque fourth novel featuring amateur PI Ash McKenna has great pace, a fascinating relationship between the central characters, and superb atmosphere… Noir fans will be enthralled.” —Publishers Weekly starred review

“Here’s a spy thriller in all the genre’s old-school glory.” —Booklist

“Fuses gritty noir elements with high-octane international suspense.” —Library Journal

“A book exciting enough to be your ‘summer beach read,’ but subversive enough to make you think about all the ways in which Hart is rewriting the rules of the modern spy novel.” —Independent Publisher Magazine

“A winning espionage novel in a series that keeps getting better.” —Literary Hub

“Nonstop action.” —Real Book Spy

“A resounding smash as both a fast-paced summer read, as well as the slow and steady growth of one of the most well-rounded on-going characters on the shelf.” —Crimespree Magazine

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