Thrillers

Fiction
The Arms Maker of Berlin by Dan Fesperman (MYS FES)
History professor Nat Turnbull follows a trail of cryptic clues left behind by his mentor, Gordon Wolfe, whom Nat believes has hidden a secret cache of World War II documents, but when his search is threatened by the FBI and a group of dangerous men who are also after the missing archives, Nat knows Gordon's wartime secrets are worth killing for and must face the risks to find the treasure.
 
Moscow Rules and others by Daniel Silva (MYS SIL)
Gabriel Allon goes to Russia, where power is on the rise in Moscow as Ivan Kharkov, a former KGB officer who runs a global investment empire to hide his arms dealership, does business with al-Qaeda; Allon tries to learn the details of the transaction to prevent another terrorist attack.
 
Liars & Thieves and others by Stephen Coonts (MYS COO)
CIA operative Tommy Carmellini is forced to run for his life when he is sent to post guard duty at a West Virginia safehouse where a KGB defector is being debriefed, and arrives to find the place under attack by American commandos.
 
Body of Lies and others by David Ignatius (F IGN)
Roger Ferris, an idealistic CIA agent who has dedicated himself to preventing further al-Qaida attacks, becomes caught up in a web of lies, deception, manipulation, and hypocrisy when he concocts an elaborate plot to find a terrorist known as Suleiman, patterned on a British scheme used against the Nazis in World War II.
 
The Strain by Guillermo del Toro (F TOR)
After a plane mysteriously lands at JFK airport, investigators discover inexplicable carnage inside and set out on a frightening investigation/confrontation that involves disease, detective work, and ancient vampire lore.
 
Hawke by Ted Bell (F BEL)
British naval hero Lord Alexander Hawke travels to the Caribbean on behalf of the American government to recover a stealth submarine armed with forty nuclear warheads that has been stolen by a politically unstable country, and takes the opportunity to conduct a bit of personal business--getting revenge against the modern-day pirates who murdered his parents when he was a child.
 
The Tourist by Olen Steinhauer (F STE)
Former CIA undercover agent and current headquarters manager Milo Weaver is called away from his desk job and back to the field on a mission to apprehend an international assassin, and while trying to accomplish his goal, he is accused of murder, his family is threatened, and he uncovers facts about an old colleague.
 
Being by Kevin Brooks (SF BRO)
It was just supposed to be a routine exam. But when the doctors snake the fiber-optic tube down Robert Smith's throat, what they discover doesn't make medical sense. Plastic casings. Silver filaments. Moving metal parts. In his naked, anesthetized state on the operating table, Robert hears the surgeons' shocked comments, and Robert thinks, 'I've got to get out of here.'  Armed with a stolen automatic and the videotape of his strange organs, he manages to escape, and to embark on an orphan's violent odyssey to find out exactly who--exactly what--he is.
 
Jason Bourne novels by Robert Ludlum (F LUS)
Series that follows CIA operative Jason Bourne
 
Alex Rider series by Anthony Horowitz (F HOR)
After the death of the uncle who had been his guardian, teenager Alex Rider is coerced to continue his uncle's dangerous work for Britain's intelligence agency, MI6.
 
The Lab by Jack Heath (F HEA)
Meet a sixteen-year-old superhuman: Agent Six of Hearts. He's the strongest, most effective agent in the Deck, a team of special agents fighting to uphold justice in a completely corrupt world. Six would be invincible...if not for a deadly secret. He is the product of an illegal experiment by the Lab--a ruthless division of the corporation that controls his world. When the Deck begins to investigate the Lab, Six walks a tightrope between his two worlds, trying to keep his origin secret. But then he meets Kyntak, a boy whose past equals his own.
 
Sleeper Code by Tom Sniegoski (F SNI)
Just when he has met a beautiful girl and his outlook is improving, sixteen-year-old narcoleptic Tom Lovett begins to suspect that his dreams and hallucinations of killing people may be something more real and terrifying.
 
The Navigator : A Novel From the NUMA Files and others by Clive Cussler (F CUS)
Kurt Austin, along with other members of the National Underwater and Maritime Agency's Special Assignments Team, becomes involved in the quest to retrieve an ancient Phoenician statue, known as the Navigator, stolen from a Baghdad museum, which is believed to be connected to the lost Ark of the Covenant, Thomas Jefferson, and a top-secret scientific project.
 
Contact Zero by David Wolstencraft (F WOL)
Recent spy graduate Ben Sinclair is framed for a crime he didn't commit and reaches out for fellow graduate Lucy, for help; however, when seven of their fellow classmates are found dead, Ben and Lucy team up with Nat to discover the truth behind Contact Zero.
 
Dark Justice by Jack Higgins (MYS HIG)
Intelligence operatives Blake Johnson in the U.S. and Sean Dillon in Britain, pool their talents and resources in an effort to get to the source of a shadowy operation intent on spreading terror throughout the world.
 
Acrobat by Gonazalo Lira (MYS LIR)
Five members of a secret CIA agency find themselves targeted for assassination by the very agency that created them, and they must work together to survive and expose the agency's secrets.
 
Nonfiction
The Brenner Assignment : The Untold Story of the Most Daring Spy Mission of World War II by Patrick O'Donnell (940.54 ODO)
Provides an account of the mission mounted by a small team of American spies in league with local partisans in Italy to sabotage Brenner Pass in the Alps, closing off a vital Nazi supply route during World War II.