Welcome to the Real World, Comrade!

Rated 5.00/5 based on 5 reviews
A backroom KGB Officer catapulted into the front line replacing an ailing KGB handler is initiated executing a troublesome double agent within the Australian Secret Intelligence Service, while avoiding discovery by authorities - as well as the girl he loves - in playing the highly dangerous espionage game, including an attack on an armed Australian security convoy carrying top secret discs. More

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About George Perham

Some of the more interesting work the author has been involved with over the years as a government agent, security officer, pig shooter, opal miner and gold prospector gives him a wealth of real experiences to draw from when writing novels. Hobbies include fishing, oil painting and published, short story writing. He resides in Perth, Western Australia with wife and children. “Welcome to the Real World, Comrade!”, "Bones on an Atoll" and "The Ultimate Decision" are first of what will be several ebooks, ibooks.

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Review by: sharon bailey on June 20, 2011 :
I purchase this book mainly to read at work during lunch hours and was so
taken in by wanting to know what happens next I found myself reading it also
at home each night in bed. This book is a great read with the author making
you believe he really is a KGB Agent up to no good. The plots and characters
are very believable and like other reviewers have said, I too was sorry to
come to the end. Thumbs up for this Author.
(reviewed 5 days after purchase)
Review by: destiny short on June 14, 2011 :
I really enjoyed this book, I found it very interesting and definately worth a read, thumbs up to the author.
(reviewed 9 days after purchase)
Review by: Lisa Arcuri on June 6, 2011 :
This is a really good read. I am pleased I purchased the book. I agree with other reviewers the book is well written with heaps of intrigue making one want to see what happens next. It is hard to put down. For the low price you certainly get good value. I will be watching out for other books by this Author. I think he is a great ebook find.
(reviewed 9 days after purchase)
Review by: Brumby on May 8, 2011 :
An interesting approach. The story follows a Russian agent, freshly catapulted into field operations in Australia from his 'back office' job in the KGB. I found this somewhat refreshing, especially having a feel for the geography (being an Aussie) and found myself drawn into the setting. The book is easy to read, credible and maintains interest throughout. My only disappointment was reaching the end - I will be looking for the sequel when it comes out.
(reviewed 18 days after purchase)
Review by: lynette smoje on April 18, 2011 :
A well written book that for once doesn’t have a main character from the West like so many espionage books do making the content refreshing and exciting. While a book of fiction it is very realistic and full of intrigue keeping the reader wanting to know what happens next. As an avid reader of espionage genre books I found this book believable and definitely worth the read.
(reviewed 5 days after purchase)
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