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5-Stars! Wow, Read this book. It is exceptionally well done and exciting. The characters are believable and they get into crisis in spite of themselves. I enjoyed this. Amazon Reviewer Just John, 12/3/12
5-Stars! “Great read, right from the beginning. What Michael, our hero, and main character in the book goes through in his young life should happen to no one! This is a combination spy, submarine, and lots, and lots of action … Continue reading
5-Stars! Spies Don’t Trust Spies! William F. Brown never disappoints! His espionage/spy/political thrillers are very different and so very well-written … This is a story where Arabs and former SS Germans are seeking one goal, the destruction of Israel. How … Continue reading
5-Stars! “What a book! I should have known better than to begin a William Brown book during a busy week! I had just finished reading ‘The Undertaker’ and I ordered ‘Amongst My Enemies on my Kindle.’ I have had a … Continue reading
“Greed, espionage, and a cold war thriller” — Reader’s Favorites says Amongst My Enemies is an excellent read.
5-Stars! “William F. Brown captures the ambience of the era. He breathed life in the characters. The plot is an exciting adventure- thriller. Brown skillfully weaves the threads of the story together creating a tapestry that tells the story of … Continue reading
“Amongst My Enemies is a tightly-woven thriller with practically non-stop action and characters who are easy to care about or dislike. As I read and saw how different threads of the story were coming together I began to enjoy the … Continue reading
5-Stars! Fast paced and action-packed, The Undertaker will keep you glued to your seat. The protagonists use their brains to keep a step ahead instead of being the brawny types, they are resourceful and intelligent. Mr. Brown has created a … Continue reading