Glenn Beck discusses Rules of Betrayal with Chris. Watch to the interview.
Publishers Weekly give's Rules of Betrayal a starred review: "Reich’s outstanding third thriller featuring Dr. Jonathan Ransom (after Rules of Vengeance) finds the courageous surgeon, who no longer works for Doctors Without Borders, in the hinterlands of Afghanistan, where he gets caught in a Taliban raid that ends with him being choppered out of a vicious firefight. As in the two previous novels, Jonathan becomes enmeshed in a mission that’s run by Division, a secret U.S. government agency. The series’ ongoing and fascinating twist is that Jonathan’s wife, the extremely capable and extremely deadly Emma, may or may not be a Division agent, a Russian spy, or something else entirely. Jonathan willingly enters the dark world of espionage to rescue Emma after she falls afoul of Taliban warrior Sultan Haq and an evil arms dealer known as Lord Balfour. Emma’s liberation of a nuclear bomb lost by the U.S. in the mountains of Pakistan in 1980 leads to an untied thread that will have readers eagerly awaiting the next installment."
Lee Child, New York Times bestselling author of Gone Tomorrow, says, "I thought the first Jonathan Ransom thriller was as good as it could get. I was wrong. This one blows it away. This series is taking off like a rocket."
Publishers Weekly calls Rules of Vengeance "...a masterful performance by one of the genre's elite." (Starred review)
The New York Times reviews Rules of Deception: "...a turbo-charged plot…furiously picks up steam as it goes." (Read the review)
Entertainment Weekly reviews Rules of Deception: "Reich concocts an elaborate, appealingly twisty plot.”
PEOPLE Magazine says "Don't let the title fool you: there are no rules whatsoever when it comes to the deception in Reich's globe-trotting, bomb-ticking, loyalty-blurring thriller. Rules of Deception … will keep you reading - and checking news headlines to make sure it's just fiction."