Spy Hunt in D.C.

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November 1949.
A spymaster is ambushed and caught red-handed. However, when the British traitor is handed to the embassy in Washington D.C., he's still having a marvelous trick up his sleeves.

A battle of mind and might ensues.

UPDATE, August 2012: 3rd edition.

Sequel short story to the novel, "Spy Hunt in Dixie."

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Words: 5,600
Language: English
ISBN: 9781465989734
About Max Connelly

Mixing intricate plot with intrigue, Max Connelly writes mind-challenging fiction. His thriller prose and lively characters carry it out.

His first novel, "Spy Hunt in Dixie," a Civil War historical, is one of the most elaborate mysteries, as well as a fresh take on detective journalism. Employing multi-narrative style, atypical characters, and dense text, Connelly delivers cerebral gratification to mystery plot addicts.

His second novel, "Respublic Amerike," follows the amorous Egyptian detective based in Boston. Omar, the Egyptian, embarks on solving a series of seemingly unrelated mysteries; but surprisingly all leads end at one enigmatic man: one with excessive power, gadgetry, and outreach--and above all ingenuity.

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Review by: I. Readalot on Oct. 13, 2011 :
There are so many words missing that the story is difficult to read. The writer uses past, present and future tense in the same sentences. Words are used incorrectly, sentence structure is clumsy, words are misspelled and there are many unnecessary commas. And finally, overall editing is pathetic. The author has made a very confusing effort at telling a spy story. 1.0
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Review by: Otto Patrick on Oct. 08, 2011 :
The narration is fast, slim, and hits directly on points, yet through a beautifully crafted plot. This short, yet CONDENSED work, leaves me hungry for more.
Recommended if you like spy novels, a good plot thriller or even curious unto new writing styles.
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