A routine Freedom of Information Act request turns into a roller coaster ride of espionage and murder in this action-packed legal thriller (formerly known as "The Spy Files") from the author critics hail as: "One of the strongest thriller writers on the scene."
Attorney Brent Marks takes a Freedom of Information Act case for a journalist accused of espionage and finds himself charged with espionage also as the custodian of the documents. Fighting the government for his own freedom, he exposes a web of corruption, deceit, and murder.
What critics are saying about this political thriller:
"Readers who love vivid courtroom dramas, detective and spy sagas, and a plot immersed in the latest social concerns of our times will find To Remain Silent a riveting, highly recommended addition to the ongoing story of Brent Marks. While no prior familiarity with the series is required for a smooth read of his latest book, most newcomers will want to return to the prior, powerful reads once they absorb the character and concerns of this feisty, involved attorney who goes beyond professional boundaries to set his life and job on the line in the name of justice."Midwest Book Review
Eade is not only a brilliant writer; he also calls attention to the atrocities that surround us, hiding in our own closets. Said once and said again, Kenneth Eade is one of our strongest thriller writers on the scene and the fact that he draws his stories from the contemporary philosophical landscape is very much to his credit. Highly Recommended." Grady Harp, Literary Aficionado
Find out what readers already know about this exciting mystery crime thriller:
"Honestly, one of the most enjoyable "reads" I've had. This is a well-developed premise based on events which are (or should be) important to every American -- privacy and the "openness" (or lack of) in the workings of the Government. He (and Brent Marks) approached the issues in well-thought-out manner, rather than as a zealot ready to put the torch to everything." L. Gates
"Read everything written by Kenneth Eade, have them in my library. What was written by Glen Greenwald and Edward Snowden at the beginning of this book is right. By just being a lawyer and doing his job got Brent Marks in trouble with FBI. He has very supportive friends around him. The author always approaches every issue well thought out manner and makes me stop and think. Set aside a day that you won't be interrupted and enjoy this great story." T. Leonha
"Timely. Brent is got up in what is happening with the 'Big Brother is watching us' syndrome. Under the guise of national security, the ability of the government to cover up so many sins is amazing. Mr. Eade has got every angle of the government interference covered superbly in this novel and it was thrilling reading from beginning till end." Chandru Sharma
About the Author
Described by critics as one of our strongest thriller writers on the scene, author Kenneth Eade, best known for his legal and political thrillers, practiced International law, Intellectual Property law and E-Commerce law for 30 years before publishing his first novel, An Involuntary Spy. Eade, an award-winning, best-selling Top 100 thriller author, has been described by his peers as one of the up-and-coming legal thriller writers of this generation. He is the 2015 winner of Best Legal Thriller from Beverly Hills Book Awards and the 2016 winner of a bronze medal in the category of Fiction, Mystery and Murder from the Reader's Favorite International Book Awards. His latest novel, Paladine, a quarter-finalist in Publisher's Weekly's 2016 BookLife Prize for Fiction and winner in the 2017 RONE Awards. Eade has authored three fiction series: The Brent Marks Legal Thriller Series, the Involuntary Spy Espionage Series and the Paladine Anti-Terrorism Series. He has written twenty novels which have been translated into French, Spanish, Italian and Portuguese.