Susan says…

Susan Fuller reviewed Agency Rules – Never an Easy Day at the Office awarding it 5 stars. She said:

“When I think of spy thrillers I usually think about British or American intelligence agents like James Bond, Jason Bourne and Jack Ryan but now we have what I think must be the first Pakistani intelligence agent – Kamal Khan, the star of Agency Rules. In Agency Rules—Never an Easy Day at the Office Kamal Khan is an idealist from a rich Pakistani family who joins the army to serve his country and ends up becoming a sniper. A terrorist attack in Pakistan’s capital city Karachi by the Mujahedeen inspires him to want to do more and he ends up becoming an agent for the ISI, Pakistan’s intelligence agency.

Like in all good spy thrillers he doesn’t have it all his own way and a wide cast of characters including gang members, Sheikhs, terrorists and politicians either help or hinder him along the way. What I like most about the book is the character of Kamal Khan. He is not your typical clean cut do-gooder, as he has a ruthless side and fights hard and is not afraid to get his hands dirty all in the name of getting the job done. This is the first in a series of books featuring Kamal Khan and can’t waiting to read the next one.”

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About Khalid Muhammad - Author

When people talk about Khalid Muhammad, they talk about an entrepreneur who has helped others build their dreams and businesses. They talk about a teacher, who is dedicated to his students, both inside and outside the classroom, and they return the dedication tenfold. Now, they talk about the author, who has written a fast-paced, action-packed spy thriller about Pakistan, the politics, the Army and terrorism. Born in Pakistan’s troubled Swat Valley, educated and raised in the United States, Khalid returned to Pakistan almost 17 years ago and fell in love with his country. His debut novel, Agency Rules – Never an Easy Day at the Office, is a journey behind the headlines about Pakistan, the world’s most dangerous place, to deliver an intense story that will challenge the reader to question what they have been told.




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