Ageless Spy

Ageless Spy

by DC Mahoney

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BN ID: 2940044571808
Publisher: DC Mahoney
Publication date: 06/03/2013
Sold by: Smashwords
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 690 KB
Age Range: 18 Years

About the Author

DC Mahoney was born and raised in Windsor Ontario. Married to his longtime love, he now hangs his cap in Hamilton Ontario living close to his two exceptional daughters.
After a lifetime of business consulting, he has returned to his first love of writing with the 113,000 word work Ageless Spy. His first, he promises, of many.

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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Ageless Spy by D. C. Mahoney is a wonderfully well-written historical fiction novel set in the World War II time period. This book has something for everyone - adventure, suspense and romance. The author either draws on personal experience or did his research well, because his writing makes every situation so real to the reader. The main character, Carl Coles, is a British seaman who joins the Navy. He is sent to war, having just met the love of his life, a Canadian girl named Maureen. His strong sense of duty and drive require him to leave her behind. Maureen is just as smitten with him, and proclaims she will wait for him. The story unfolds through his many journeys and expeditions. His experiences, hardships and successes are detailed expertly through the author's writing, which draws you in so completely, invoking your emotions. I felt that I was standing in his parents' house and felt the sadness when Carl's parents were incorrectly told that he had perished at sea. I was angered at the adjutant who betrayed his fellow soldiers. Carl's career continues to advance and he is continuously presented with choices between his career/duty and his personal life, but still manages to balance it all. As written by the author, "These two people... have spent more than a lifetime together and have endured more than most." I had a hard time putting it down, though my daily duties required me to do so. Even if you do not normally care for historical or wartime novels, I urge you to give this book a chance. It is certain to be one of the great books of our time.