A Spy to Die for

Kris Delake (Author)

Product Details

Sourcebooks Casablanca
Publish Date
July 02, 2013
4.2 X 0.9 X 6.8 inches | 0.5 pounds
Mass Market Paperbound
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About the Author

Kris DeLake is a pseudonym of Hugo award-winning author Kristine Kathryn Rusch. Writing under three pseudonyms, she has sold 10 million copies of her books. Before turning to romance writing, she edited the Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction and ran Pulphouse Publishing (which won her a World Fantasy Award). Fans of her paranormal romances know her as Kristine Grayson. As Kris DeLake, she is launching a new name for her fantasy/sci-fi romances. She lives with writer Dean Wesley Smith in Oregon.


"Inventive and charmingly funny...The emotional connection between the main characters is so heartfelt, and the witty repartee so engaging, that it's easy to get wrapped up in their story." - RT Book Reviews
"The story of a courageous hero and heroine facing imminent danger in a not-so-glamorous future is sure to appeal to readers who like a sensual romance novel with a fast-moving plot and lots of adventure." - Booklist Online
"If you like sci-fi then good, you will get some romance too thrown in." - Book Girl of Murry Castle
" This is a book a lot of different kinds of readers will enjoy." - Debs Book Bag
"DeLake's Assassins Guild series is a great sci fi romance series and I think you should be putting it on your TBR list if you haven't already!" - I Read Good
"I enjoyed this book." - Books-N-Kisses
"In all I enjoyed the book and journey!" - Booked & Loaded
"The book is good reading and totally worth your time. Grab a copy today!" - Long and Short Reviews
"Add A Spy to Die For to your beach bag for a fun read to while away a few hours with!" - drey's library
"I think DeLake has managed to incorporate both genres excellently along with adding the whole espionage and spy aspect as well. " - Debbie's Book Bag
"A spy novel set in space and a promise of passion." - Book Girl of Mur-y-Castell
"This was a story where the character creation was good." - Book Lovers Inc
"Readers will appreciate this enjoyable space station gender war." - Alternative Worlds