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Tag Archives: espionage
“The Colonel’s Mistake” by Dan Mayland is the first book in a three book series of thriller novels featuring Mark Sava, the aging, low key, former CIA Station Chief in Azerbaijan in former Soviet Central Asia. It is an excellent, … Continue reading
“Flowers From Berlin” by Noel Hynd was first published in in hardback 1985. Kindle released the “25th Anniversary Edition” last year, and while I don’t quite understand Amazon math, like “Day Of the Jackal,” in 1971, “The Eagle Has Landed,” … Continue reading
With 66 reviews, 36 of which are Five Stars and 18 Four Stars, fo ran average of 4.3 stars.
“Winner Lose All” now has 17 Five Star ratings and 7 Four Star ratings of the 27 posted, an average of 4.5 stars.
Winner Lose All, my new e-book, is now up on the Kindle site at www.amazon.com/dp/B00CEOKUR8 Like The Undertaker, Amongst My Enemies, and Thursday at Noon, it is a fast-paced international suspense novel with riveting characters and a plot with lots of … Continue reading
I’ve posted a vivid new cover for my latest suspense novel, Thursday at Noon, a former hardback published by St. Martins and Harlequin in paper and various foreign editions. It is available on Kindle. You can check it out at http://www.amazon.com/Thursday-at-Noon-ebook/dp/B008AMSH00 … Continue reading
5-Stars! “An enjoyable espionage tale.” I’ve enjoyed reading William Brown’s novels in the past, and I welcomed the chance to read and review Thursday at Noon. It’s an interesting espionage tale set back in the 60’s, when the Middle East … Continue reading
5-Stars! “Involved and involving! This one had more twists and turns than many I have read recently. I always like a novel that adds historic information indirectly, as this one did about a part of WW II that I had … Continue reading
5-Stars! “It pulled me right into the story. I felt like a member of my own family was part of the story. Gripping and tense all the way to the end. I’d recommend it to anyone who likes mysteries, or … Continue reading
5-Stars! “A book you cannot put down! I have to admit that I purchased this book primarily based on price. Frankly, I did not expect much but the book summary seemed interesting. I like reading WW II stories and always … Continue reading