One Touch of Espionage [NOOK Book]

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A peace-tine Army Intelligence Agent assigned to NATO goes on vacation and ends up as bait in a game to identify a double agent in their midst.
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One Touch of Espionage

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Overview

A peace-tine Army Intelligence Agent assigned to NATO goes on vacation and ends up as bait in a game to identify a double agent in their midst.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940011494642
  • Publisher: David M. Delo
  • Publication date: 9/1/2011
  • Sold by: Smashwords
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 837,325
  • File size: 694 KB

Meet the Author

I started writing after I earned my Master’s Degree at NYU in 1984. I was 46 years old. After a decade of writing history articles for popular and scholarly magazines, the University of Utah Press published my first non-fiction book about the military post traders of America: PEDDLERS AND POST TRADERS: THE ARMY SUTLER ON THE FRONTIER(1992). It received 5-star ratings from historians.Publishers, however, showed no interest in my historical fiction, so I started my own publishing company, Kingfisher Books, through which I published trade paperbacks about individuals and events that helped shape the character of the modern West: THE YELLOWSTONE, FOREVER!(1998), the true story of the five men who helped to create our first national park; HEARTBREAK AND HEAVEN, a frontier-period historical,; and a trade paperback version of my Peddlers book.Recently (2011)I completed a historical biography of America’s highest-paid and most controversial artist of the 1800s, Albert Bierstadt. I worked from 1,000 pages of notes and I followed Bierstadt’s footsteps through Europe for 30 days.OTHER: In 2000, I started an action-mystery series based on my years as a counter intelligence agent in the 1960s. They are light, fast-paced, humorous, and feature two well-etched characters who get involved in national issues like corporate espionage, land use issues, designer drugs, child pornography, and so forth.PAST CAREERS:I have been a counter-intelligence agent attached to NATO in the 1960s, a divisional V.P. for Levi Strauss & Co., and owner/manager of a guest ranch in the Rockies. For the past 20 years I have been an author and an artist.
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  • Posted July 14, 2012

    This book was fairly well written. The plot was interesting and

    This book was fairly well written. The plot was interesting and there was good character development. However, there were numerous (as in every couple of pages or so) grammatical errors. Not spelling problems. Instead of "I turned my head" it would read "I turned his head." This kind of thing interrupted the flow of reading the book. The book just needed to be edited by someone who was actually reading it. These were not problems that would have been caught by a spell checker.

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