Preston Fleming was born in Cleveland, Ohio. He left home at age fourteen to accept a scholarship at a New England boarding school and went on to a liberal arts college in the Midwest. After earning an MBA, he managed a non-profit organization in New York before joining the U.S. Foreign Service and serving in U.S. Embassies around the Middle East for nearly a decade. Later he studied at an Ivy League law school and since then pursued a career in law and business. Preston lives in Boston with his wife and two children. He has written five novels.
“A CIA agent in Beirut fears his past has caught up to him. An intelligent thriller teeming with vigor.” KIRKUS REVIEWS
“An inside look at the Lebanese civil war. The setting makes it shine beyond conventional spy thrillers.” SAN FRANCISCO BOOK REVIEW
“Provides a sharp sense of place and a believable portrait of secret-keepers navigating love and war.” PACIFIC BOOK REVIEW
"Politically charged entertainment with a tightly machined plot." PACIFIC BOOK REVIEW
Dystopian Assassination Thriller. "An engaging fast-paced thriller. Readers will spend pleasant hours rooting for a team of assassins." BOOKPLEASURES.COM