“There is a casual elegance to Vidich's spy fiction, a seeming effortlessness that belies his superior craftmanship.”

New York Times   Editor's Choice

“Cold War spy fiction in the grand tradition.”

—Joseph Kanon, NYT Bestselling author

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About Paul

Paul Vidich was a senior executive in the entertainment industry for over twenty years.  After leaving his business career he turned to writing full time. Beirut Station, his sixth novel, will be published in October 2023.

About Beirut Station

A stunning new espionage novel by a master of the genre, Beirut Station follows a young female CIA officer whose mission to assassinate a high-level, Hezbollah terrorist reveals a dark truth that puts her life at risk.

Lebanon, 2006.

The Israel-Hezbollah war is tearing Beirut apart: bombs are raining down, residents are scrambling to evacuate, and the country is on the brink of chaos.


Praise for Paul's Work

“There is a casual elegance to Vidich’s spy fiction (now numbering five books), a seeming effortlessness that belies his superior craftsmanship. Every plot point, character motivation and turn of phrase veers toward the understated, but they are never underwritten.”

—Sarah Weinman, New York Times Editor's Choice Selection

“Vidich writes with an economy of style that acclaimed espionage novelists might do well to emulate.”

—Booklist (starred)

“A cool, knowing, and quietly devastating thriller that vaults Paul Vidich into the ranks of such thinking-man’s spy novelists as Joseph Kanon and Alan Furst.”

—Stephen Schiff, executive producer of ‘The Americans’

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