Fifty years ago, in 1961, when the Wall was built, Berlin was the intelligence capital of the world, a hotbed of espionage. Nearly every intelligence service in the world maintained a presence there.
The writer was Command Security Manager of US Army Europe and the recently published author of SECRETS OF THE COLD WAR. The Army in Europe’s Covert Intelligence Adventures and Investigations
follows Seth Cherry and his fellow operatives around the world in clandestine missions on behalf of the United States. While fictional, the book is loosely based on fact. In a police procedural format, we learn the technical workings of intelligence and day-to-day lives of the characters, including love scenes. The novel contains real intelligence documents and technical equipment.
The book is rich in character development. Molly is the caring mother-like office manager; John is Seth’s sidekick and loyal supporter who reminds one of the character from My Favorite Martian; female FBI Agent Duger is Seth's soul mate, sex partner and eventual bride; Sergio is the crowd pleasing big hearted Italian Carabinieri who later works for Seth... “He patted his gun and smiled his big smile.”
The book will undoubtedly draw prior service personnel and all attracted to American history and espionage.
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