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Checkpoint Charlie

4.5 of 5 stars 4.50  ·  rating details  ·  4 ratings  ·  1 review
A dozen stories tracking the CIA’s most adept—and unusual—spy

There are no more spies like Charlie Dark. An old-timer whose experience stretches back to the Second World War, his main distinction is that after decades playing the game he is still alive. He is overweight, clumsy, and afraid of guns—a nonconformist in an agency built on toeing the line. Though his superiors h
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ebook, 208 pages
Published February 14th 2012 by MysteriousPress.com/Open Road (first published January 1st 1981)
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Jeff Crosby
In the introduction, Garfield admits that Miles Kendig is the origin for Charlie Dark. As a result, Myerson, Cutter, Ross and Yaskov inhabit Charlie's world. The difference here is that Charlie is a troubleshooter, solving individual problems in each story. The stories are puzzles, games, and thinking pieces, both clever and entertaining. The quality level of these stories is consistently high. Highly recommended.
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Brian Francis Wynne Garfield is an American novelist and screenwriter. He wrote his first published book at the age of eighteen and wrote several novels under such pen names as "Frank Wynne" and "'Brian Wynne" before gaining prominence when his book Hopscotch (1975) won the 1976 Edgar Award for Best Novel. He is best known for his 1972 novel Death Wish, which was adapted for the 1974 film of the s ...more
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