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Publisher Description

A stunning thriller that predicted the National Security Agency scandal. “Brad Thor is as current as tomorrow’s headlines.” —Dan Brown

#1 New York Times bestselling author Brad Thor returns with his most explosive thriller ever. Somewhere deep inside the United States government is a closely guarded list. Members of Congress never get to see it—only the President and a secret team of advisers. Once your name is on the list, it doesn’t come off…until you’re dead.

Someone has just added counterterrorism operative Scot Harvath’s name.

Somehow Harvath must evade the teams dispatched to kill him long enough to untangle who has targeted him and why they want him out of the way.

Somewhere, someone, somehow can put all the pieces together. The only question is, will Harvath get to that person before the United States suffers the most withering terrorist attack ever conceived?

An intense, page-turning novel that is action-packed and frighteningly real, Black List blurs the line between fiction and reality and once again reaffirms why Brad Thor “is arguably the best thriller writer of our time” (Suspense Magazine) and “America’s favorite author” (KTTX).

Armand Schultz
hr min
July 24
Simon & Schuster Audio

Customer Reviews

Sned76 ,


The best author/narrator team by far… I love every book I've listened to and the subject matter of His books are so close to what can and in some ways happening. Almost Prophetic.. Keep up the great work. Only down side is language, but then again being Ex-SpecOpps, its not as bad as it was/is in real life

Smook711 ,

Leslie Silvestri

A hang on the edge of my seat, thrill ride! As usual, Brad Thor does not disappoint...painting vivid images with his poignant words. Scot Harvath is an all American hero with a vulnerability to which we can all relate! Thanks, Mr. Thor.

Hewitt870 ,

WAY, way, way too preachy

If it is not the narrator in the introduction, or background to the super spy agency, then it is Nickolas talking endlessly to Scot -- all about the dangers of government overreach. Good time to listen to a 45 minute discourse on lack of privacy -- when close friends are in danger. Yeah, sure, very believable. (Not!)
If I wanted that, I'd tune in Rush, save my money, and be more entertained.

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