Come Barbarians was a Globe and Mail 100 pick.

"With  Come Barbarians , Todd Babiak stands shoulder to shoulder with Greene and le Carré, but makes the world his own, infusing it with French New Wave cinema and an emotionally resonant voice to craft a thriller of distinction, and of the heart." -  ANDREW PYPER , author of  The Demonologist

"With Come Barbarians, Todd Babiak stands shoulder to shoulder with Greene and le Carré, but makes the world his own, infusing it with French New Wave cinema and an emotionally resonant voice to craft a thriller of distinction, and of the heart." - ANDREW PYPER, author of The Demonologist

Son of France begins a few months after Come Barbarians ends, on a cold morning in Paris.

 

“With edge-of-your seat action and crackling tension, Son of France is a non-stop political thriller and engrossing new novel.” (CBC)  “Beautiful prose. . . . The book is cheaper than a trip to Paris and offers the thrills of hunting down terrorists without the real-life dangers.” ( Publishers Weekly )  “Imagine the depth of feeling in Catcher in the Rye—but add terrorists. . . . A terrific and meaningful chapter in the life of Kruse.” ( Edmonton Journal )

“With edge-of-your seat action and crackling tension, Son of France is a non-stop political thriller and engrossing new novel.” (CBC)

“Beautiful prose. . . . The book is cheaper than a trip to Paris and offers the thrills of hunting down terrorists without the real-life dangers.” (Publishers Weekly)

“Imagine the depth of feeling in Catcher in the Rye—but add terrorists. . . . A terrific and meaningful chapter in the life of Kruse.” (Edmonton Journal)