The Prodigal Spy

The Prodigal Spy

by Jason Connor
  • adventure
  • from-british-columbia
  • indigenous
  • mystery-crime
Ryan Davis, a brilliant graduate student and languages scholar, is forced to learn a deadly new vocabulary when an attempted kidnapping shatters his quiet academic existence. After narrowly escaping, Ryan is plunged into a shadow world of danger and intrigue where he discovers shocking revelations about his life and himself. His uncle is not who he thought, his best friends may be his worst enemies and his long-dead father may actually still be alive. Yet it is Ryan’s own dormant instincts and innate abilities that surprise him most, giving him the edge he needs to battle the sinister forces he suddenly finds arrayed against him.


Jason Connor, author

Jason Connor is a writer and filmmaker who has shot adventure documentaries and current affairs shows for broadcast television for many of the major networks. His passion for journalism is evident in the dense yet engaging style of research and facts imbedded in his works of fiction. He has spent many years traveling the world in search of challenges that appeal to his deep interest in languages and cultures, which have led him deeper into collaborating with indigenous peoples in many regions of the globe.

Rights Holder

Rights Holder: Quagmire Press



rights available: World

Additional Information

age range: All Ages

number of pages: 440

publication date: 10/01/2014

Original language of pub: English

Materials Available: finished book