An uneasy man in a brutal business: Nine stories, including the Edgar-nominated "Marley's Revolution," follow CIA case officer Charles Marley in his career of lies and seduction. He is adept, according to the people who run him, at turning other countries' spies with money and empty promises. His other talent is self-deception, about women and politics. By the author of The Man Who Knew Brecht. John C. Boland's short fiction has been nominated for Edgar, Derringer, Shamus and International Thriller Writers awards.
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About the Author
John C. Boland's short stories have appeared in national magazines since 1976. He is the author, under his own name and others,, of more than a dozen novels published by St. Martin's Press, Pocket Books, and Perfect Crime. His fiction has been nominated for Edgar, Derringer, Shamus and International Thriller Writers awards.