Inside Threat - Matthew Quirk

Inside Threat

By Matthew Quirk

  • Release Date: 2023-06-13
  • Genre: Mysteries & Thrillers
Score: 4
From 188 Ratings


"Quirk has earned his spot in the front ranks of thriller writers." — David Baldacci

An electrifying thriller from the author of The Night Agent now on Netflix, an attack on the White House sends the President and his top aides to take shelter in a top secret government facility buried deep underground—but they soon discover the threat is locked inside with them.

Assume the worst. Code Black.

The day that every secret service agent trains for has arrived. The White House has been breached; the President forced to flee to a massive doomsday bunker outside DC to defend against whatever comes next. Only the most trusted agents and officials are allowed in with him—those dedicated to keeping the government intact at all costs.

Among these is Erik Hill, who has given his life to the Secret Service. They are his purpose and his family, and his impressive record has made him a hero among them. Despite his growing disillusionment from seeing Washington corruption up close, Erik can’t ignore years of instincts honed on the job. The government is under attack, and no one is better equipped to face down the threat than he is.

The evidence leads him to a conspiracy at the highest levels of power, with the attack orchestrated by some of the very individuals now locked in with him. As the killers strike inside the bunker, it will take everything Erik Hill has to save his people, himself, and his country.

Look for these other pulse-pounding thrillers by Matthew Quirk:
Red WarningHour of the AssassinThe Night AgentDead Man Switch Cold Barrel Zero The Directive The 500


  • Inside Threat

    By JPB 9871
    Overly long. I thought they’d never get out of the underground fortress. Too much time was spent there. The book was really too long.
  • Riveting

    By SuperBrokerDave
    Great read, could not put it down!
  • Exciting!! Intense!!

    By grutfd
    Great book
  • I still have a headache

    By Dexico11
    Claustrophobic. Pointless. Never explained the macro-why. Most of novel was repeated descriptions of subterranean Quonset huts.
  • Not his best work

    By howhardcantheymakethis
    Waaaaaay too confusing and wordy