Gina Drew is a retired American foreign service officer who specialized in investigating and countering international crime and espionage and who still travels the world in both the imagination and in fact.
The sixth, and final, Cyprus-based espionage thriller novel in the Koniotis Mystery series is played out in the context of the race to either activate or destroy a weapon of mass destruction in the Middle East. UN undersecretary general for security Takis Koniotis and his estranged archaeologist wife, Caitlyn Spenser Koniotis, struggle to come back together through . . .
Koniotis Mysteries Book 3
The kidnapping of the wife of the Russian intelligence chief on the Mediterranean island of Cyprus, is only the beginning of a chain of horrifying kidnappings and murders to suddenly hit the usually peaceful island.
Koniotis Mysteries Book 5
The fifth Cyprus-based espionage thriller is played out in the context of a futuristic environment. There has been a peaceful political settlement on Cyprus of the long-running Greek-Turkish issue and much has changed. But once again Takis and Caitlyn become embroiled in murder and a terrorism-sponsored international counterfeiting campaign.
Koniotis Mysteries Book 4
The discovery on the Amathus coast of a mad woman in a cave, and the soon to be held Middle East peace conference see the Koniotis's once again embroiled in international intrigue and terrorism.
And all happening as Takis and his wife, Caitlyn, have settled into a seemingly idyllic life within a short drive of Takis’s new UN International Crime Investigations Service.
Koniotis Mysteries Book Two.
The bodies of two brutally knifed foreigners are found in Northern Cyprus. The murder of foreigners on the island is unusual, and two at almost the same time in mysterious circumstances is even more extraordinary.
In the Greek area of Cyprus, resident foreigners are also suddenly dying by the knife. Meanwhile, Caitlyn is having "visions" of death and danger.
Koniotis Mysteries Book One.
In the early 1990's Caitlyn Spencer arrives in Mediterranean Cyprus to help excavate the Chalcolithic era site at Kaliana. Suddenly her “visions” become more vivid and real. It’s almost as if she has lived there before.
Darker and more sinister than her visions--she becomes embroiled in drug trafficking and arms dealing. And she has no idea who she can trust.