Fresh off the completion of The Assassin Trilogy, writer Derek Haas returns with his new espionage thriller The Right Hand. Austin Clay is a high-level CIA officer with 15 years of service under his belt. Working only under a handler, Clay performs missions that our government doesn't know about and would deny their very existence. The title is cleverly derived from the saying "the left hand can't know what the right hand is doing." When a fellow CIA officer based in Moscow hasn't made contact in five days, Clay travels to Russia to investigate. Clay discovers far more than a simple disappearance when a young woman claims to have information about a mole within the United States government. What follows is an action-packed story so engrossing readers will be hard-pressed to prolong the novel beyond two sittings.