The Zero Hour

The Zero Hour by Joseph Finder

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Code-named "Prince of Darkness" the handsome, blue-eyed Afrikaner known as Baumann is the foremost terrorist-for-hire in the world. When financiers hire him to bring Wall Street crashing down, Sarah Cahill, a young FBI agent, becomes involved in the investigation.

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Joseph Finder ) Contemporary American writer, author of numerous spy novels and thrillers about the life and work of representatives of big business, politicians and intelligence officers. Born October 6, 1958 in Chicago, Illinois. He spent most of his childhood in Afghanistan and the Philippines, then his family returned to the States, where they moved from city to city several times: Bellingham, Washington, Albany, New York. Here Joseph attended Shaker High School. After school he entered Yale University, where he majored in Russian. In 1984, Joseph received his master`s degree at the Harvard Russian Research Center, and later taught there. In 1983, while still a final year student, Finder published the book Red Carpet: The Connection Between the Kremlin and America`s Most Powerful Businessmen about the scandalous ties of multimillionaire Armand Hammer with Soviet intelligence and how several very famous and wealthy American businessmen such as David Rockefeller, Avril Harriman, Armand Hammer, Cyrus Eaton, Donald Kendall all benefited from trade with the Soviet Union. This “non-fictional report” was based on interviews with key “culprits”, their colleagues, government officials, and documents available to the author under the Freedom of Information Act. Hammer threatened to sue for libel, but after the collapse of the Soviet Union, archives were opened that confirmed the truth of the facts described in the book. Finder`s research for Red Carpet gave him material for his first piece of art. In 1991, The Moscow Club came out - a novel about a secret plan for the restoration of the communist regime, developed in the bowels of the Soviet KGB, and about the attempts of an American agent to prevent a strike directed against Gorbachev. Six months after the book was published in August 1991, the story of Finder in the novel repeated itself in reality. The Moscow Club was published in thirty countries around the world and became a bestseller in Europe. The critic said about the artistic merits of the book: "If Finder`s debut novel is inferior to Frederick Forsyth in the elegance of style, ...

it surpasses both Forsyth and (Robert) Ludlem in the" density "of mystery and" twisting "of action." The next novel, Extraordinary Powers, about the exposure of the Soviet mole in the highest circles of American intelligence, came out a few days before the exposure of Eldrich Ames, the head of the CIA`s counterintelligence unit and head of the Soviet department of the CIA`s foreign counterintelligence department, who in 1985 was recruited by the Soviet intelligence and for about 10 years worked for the USSR and Russia ...

Almost all of Finder`s novels were included in the New York Times bestseller lists. In addition to fiction books, Finder writes extensively on espionage and international affairs in various newspapers and magazines, including the Atlantic, New Republic, Harper`s, New York Times, Washington Post, Publishers Weekly. Joseph Finder is a founding member of the International Thriller Writers` Association (ITW), a member of the Detective Writers Association of America (MWA), a financial advisor to the International New England PEN Club, a member of the Association of Former US Intelligence Officers and currently resides in Boston, Massachusetts.

the writer`s site: J.Finder Detective.

Confession in love , Wikipedia Bibliography Series Nick Heller 2009 - 1.

Vanished 2011 - 2.

Buried Secrets 2011 - Plan B Novels 1983 - Red Carpet 1990 - The Moscow Club - Moscow Club 1994 - Extraordinary Powers - Devilish Power 1996 - The Zero Hour 1998 - High Crimes 2004 - Paranoia - Paranoia 2005 - Company Man aka No Hiding Place - Director 2006 - Killer Instinct - Predatory Instinct ts) 2007 - Power Play - Hard Game 2014 - Suspicion Omnibus 2006 - Paranoia / Company Man Series contributed to Harold Middleton 2007 - The Chopin Manuscript : A Serial Thriller (with Lee Child, David Corbett, Jeffery Deaver, Jim Fusilli, John Gilstrap, James Grady, David Hewson, John Ramsey Miller, PJ Parrish, Ralph Pezzullo, SJ Rozan, Lisa Scottoline, Peter Spiegelman and Erica Spindler) 2010 - Watchlist: A Serial Thriller ((with Linda Barnes, Brett Battles, Lee Child, David Corbett, Jeffery Deaver, Jim Fusilli, John Gilstrap, James Grady, David Hewson, David Liss, Gayle Lynds, John Ramsey Miller, PJ Parrish and Ralph Pezzullo)

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Joseph Finder (eng. Joseph Finder ) Contemporary American writer, author of numerous spy novels and thrillers about the life and work of representatives of big business, politicians and intelligence officers. Born October 6, 1958 in Chicago, Illinois. He spent most of his childhood in Afghanistan and the Philippines, then his family returned to the States, where they moved from city to city several times: Bellingham, Washington, Albany, New York. Here Joseph attended Shaker High School. After school he entered Yale University, where he majored in Russian. In 1984, Joseph received his master`s degree at the Harvard Russian Research Center, and later taught there. In 1983, while still a final year student, Finder published the book Red Carpet: The Connection Between the Kremlin and America`s Most Powerful Businessmen about the scandalous ties of multimillionaire Armand Hammer with Soviet intelligence and how several very famous and wealthy American businessmen such as David Rockefeller, Avril Harriman, Armand Hammer, Cyrus Eaton, Donald Kendall all benefited from trade with the Soviet Union. This “non-fictional report” was based on interviews with key “culprits”, their colleagues, government officials, and documents available to the author under the Freedom of Information Act. Hammer threatened to sue for libel, but after the collapse of the Soviet Union, archives were opened that confirmed the truth of the facts described in the book. Finder`s research for Red Carpet gave him material for his first piece of art. In 1991, The Moscow Club came out - a novel about a secret plan for the restoration of the communist regime, developed in the bowels of the Soviet KGB, and about the attempts of an American agent to prevent a strike directed against Gorbachev. Six months after the book was published in August 1991, the story of Finder in the novel repeated itself in reality. The Moscow Club was published in thirty countries around the world and became a bestseller in Europe. The critic said about the artistic merits of the book: "If Finder`s debut novel is inferior to Frederick Forsyth in the elegance of style, ... it surpasses both Forsyth and (Robert) Ludlem in the" density "of mystery and" twisting "of action." The next novel, Extraordinary Powers, about the exposure of the Soviet mole in the highest circles of American intelligence, came out a few days before the exposure of Eldrich Ames, the head of the CIA`s counterintelligence unit and head of the Soviet department of the CIA`s foreign counterintelligence department, who in 1985 was recruited by the Soviet intelligence and for about 10 years worked for the USSR and Russia ... Almost all of Finder`s novels were included in the New York Times bestseller lists. In addition to fiction books, Finder writes extensively on espionage and international affairs in various newspapers and magazines, including the Atlantic, New Republic, Harper`s, New York Times, Washington Post, Publishers Weekly. Joseph Finder is a founding member of the International Thriller Writers` Association (ITW), a member of the Detective Writers Association of America (MWA), a financial advisor to the International New England PEN Club, a member of the Association of Former US Intelligence Officers and currently resides in Boston, Massachusetts. the writer`s site: J.Finder Detective. Confession in love , Wikipedia Bibliography Series Nick Heller 2009 - 1. Vanished 2011 - 2. Buried Secrets 2011 - Plan B Novels 1983 - Red Carpet 1990 - The Moscow Club - Moscow Club 1994 - Extraordinary Powers - Devilish Power 1996 - The Zero Hour 1998 - High Crimes 2004 - Paranoia - Paranoia 2005 - Company Man aka No Hiding Place - Director 2006 - Killer Instinct - Predatory Instinct ts) 2007 - Power Play - Hard Game 2014 - Suspicion Omnibus 2006 - Paranoia / Company Man Series contributed to Harold Middleton 2007 - The Chopin Manuscript : A Serial Thriller (with Lee Child, David Corbett, Jeffery Deaver, Jim Fusilli, John Gilstrap, James Grady, David Hewson, John Ramsey Miller, PJ Parrish, Ralph Pezzullo, SJ Rozan, Lisa Scottoline, Peter Spiegelman and Erica Spindler) 2010 - Watchlist: A Serial Thriller ((with Linda Barnes, Brett Battles, Lee Child, David Corbett, Jeffery Deaver, Jim Fusilli, John Gilstrap, James Grady, David Hewson, David Liss, Gayle Lynds, John Ramsey Miller, PJ Parrish and Ralph Pezzullo)