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AnCharts, Washington Post, and Wall Street Journal bestselling seriesAn American operative in Russia is on the run for his life in a thriller of heartstopping betrayal and international intrigue by the New York Times bestselling author of The Eighth SisterBetrayed by his own country and tried for treason, former spy Charles Jenkins survived an undercover Russian operation gone wrong Exonerated, bitter, and safe, the retired family man is through with duplicitous spy games Then he learns of a woman isolated in Moscow’s notorious Lefortovo PrisonIf it’s Paulina Ponomayova, the agent who sacrificed her life to save his, Jenkins can’t leave her behind But there’s no guarantee it’s her Or proof Paulina is still alive To find out, Jenkins must return to Russia Next move: blackmail Viktor Federov, a former Russian officer with his own ax to grind, into helping him infiltrate Lefortovo The enemy who once pursued Jenkins across three continents is now the only man Jenkins can trustEvery step of the way—from Moscow to Scandinavia to the open ocean—they’re hunted by a brutal Russian agent on a killer quest of his own Out of loyalty to Paulina—dead or alive—Jenkins is putting everyone’s life on the line for a new mission that could be his last The Last Agent (Charles Jenkins, #2)


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10 thoughts on “The Last Agent (Charles Jenkins, #2)

  1. Holly B Holly B says:

    This is book two in the Charles Jenkins series and its back to Moscow!

    More espionage, blackmail, and scary Russian agents.

    Charles Jenkins is back and on a new mission. I read The Eighth Sister (book one in the series) and couldn't wait to see what his next move would be. This could be a stand-alone as it does give background information in the first few chapters,


  2. Marialyce Marialyce says:

    4.5 stars

    Would you ever want to go back to a place where you knew your life was in constant peril, where the fate that awaited you at best was prison and at worst prison accompanied by torture, suffering, and misery? Would you ever want to work once again for a place that prosecuted you falsely for espionage and treason? Most of us would definitely decline this “opportunity”, but not Ch


  3. Jean Jean says:

    MISSION: IMPOSSIBLE. I could hear the music from that late 60s-early 70s TV spy series in my head throughout my entire reading of Robert Dugoni’s new Charles Jenkins thriller, The Last Agent. Jenkins’ mission, should he choose to accept


  4. Sean Peters Sean Peters says:

    Thank you to Net Galley,the publishers and the author for an ARC copy for review, and apologies for the delay.

    Firstly I have read some of the Tracy Crosswhite books, but I personally loved this character and book more, here we have Charles Jenkins.

    Net Galley, the publishers gave me the second book in the series, I had not read the first, but the author explains so much and so well in


  5. Dave Dave says:

    A great espionage story often pits spy 🕵️‍♀️ versus spy 🕵️‍♂️, matching wit for wit, often like a chess game. Each move, no matter how brilliantly conceived, is countered with yet another brilliant move. Modern surveillance equipment, traffic cameras, financial transaction monitoring, and game theory programs change the way its played, have the players up their game, but the rules remain t


  6. Rose Rose says:

    The Last Agent by author Robert Dugoni is the second book in the Charles Jenkins Series

    A Thriller espionage series

    Charles Jenkins is an American operative who spent time in Russia the first time we were introduced to him.

    The pace starts off fast pretty early on in this book, and continues the adrenaline driven race until the end

    He is back in Russia to see if Paulin


  7. Mo Mo says:

    Netgalley ARC ..review coming


  8. Pamela Small Pamela Small says:

    Thanks to NetGalley and the publisher for an ARC of The Last Agent in exchange for an honest review.

    Background is absolutely, positively necessary for understanding The Last Agent. It is a sequel to The Eighth Sister. I can not recommend THE LAST AGENT as a stand alone! The first 33% of the book was spent trying to clarify what happened in the first book and understand how it plays in this new installment! <


  9. Jim Jim says:

    Thank you Net Galley and Thomas & Mercer (publisher) for allowing me to read the latest book by ROBERT DUGONI. He proves yet again that he is one of the finest storytellers writing today, as well as one of the best writers period. I first read one of his books, JURY MASTER in 2006. In that book, Charles Jenkins first appears as a private investigator. Thank you Mr. Dugoni for for a decade and a half of great entertainm


  10. Andrea Andrea says:

    I received this book from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.
    I requested this book because I very much enjoyed Dugoni's previous book, The Eighth Sister. 3.75, rounding up because ultimately an entertaining, diverting read.

    This book is a continuation of the story of former CIA agent Charles Jenkins. Dugoni devotes considerable time to setting up the premise and providing background from the previous


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