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Legacy of a Spy

Legacy of a Spy

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by Henry S. Maxfield
     
 

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Montague was a steel-nerved, quietly brilliant counterespionage agent. Carmichael was Comarade Slazov's next assignment for killing. The shadowy Ilse loved a man who called himself Slater. One of the three would probably have to kill Ilse. Neither Slasov nor Ilse suspected that the three were one man.

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Montague was a steel-nerved, quietly brilliant counterespionage agent. Carmichael was Comarade Slazov's next assignment for killing. The shadowy Ilse loved a man who called himself Slater. One of the three would probably have to kill Ilse. Neither Slasov nor Ilse suspected that the three were one man.

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Robert Kirsch
"I would nominate Henry S. Maxfield's Legacy of a Spy one of the finest espionage novels I have ever read. I venture to predict that you will not put this book down until you have read it through. Then you will hunger for another novel by Henry S. Maxfield."

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940014409681
Publisher:
Southwick House
Publication date:
05/10/2012
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Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
248
File size:
166 KB

Meet the Author

Henry S. Maxfield, navigator in a B-24 Liberator Bomber flying missions over Germany in WW II, was shot down over Gelsenkirchen. One of four survivors of a crew of ten, he was captured and made a prisoner of war. He was recruited for the Central Intelligence Agency during the Korean War and served in the clandestine section for three years. He is married and lives in Wolfeboro, NH where he established and operated Henry S. Maxfield Real Estate inc., now owned and operated by his son, Henry S. Maxfield jr, "Chip".
Maxfield has returned to writing full time and has completed a novel about our legal system and its failure to realize that the deliverance of justice is its sole raison d'etre.

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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
LA Times "better than Ian Fleming "One of the best espionage novels ever written" NY Timee