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The Windchime Legacy

3.93 of 5 stars 3.93  ·  rating details  ·  56 ratings  ·  5 reviews
Death is his shadow.. Murder is his weapon... windchime is his legacy.
Justin Chaple-America's ace secret agent and a vicious killer with a Mauser HSc. Chaple is on the deadliest assignment of his career, the only man capable of safeguarding sentinel, the armed computerized heart of the U.S. defense. But Chaple has been set up by his own team, his cover blown. Now, prey to
Published March 1st 1985 by Bantam Books (Mm) (first published 1980)
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Feb 20, 2012 Checkman rated it 3 of 5 stars  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: Fans of spy novels
Super Spies! Assassins! Super computers! The Cold War! Nazis!

Wow. Gonzo spy fiction at it's finest. Over the top action with some purple prose and a couple sex scenes that are just somewhat kinky by today's standads. But it clocks right along and keeps your interest. Dated and a product of it's time - which was the late seventies. Within a couple chapters it's obvious that A.W. Mykel (aka Michael Andaloro. Where is he now?)was inspired by Ian Fleming and Donald Hamilton and not John le Carré.

Odd little book I found at work the other day. The cover looked like one of the old Hermann Hesse reprints--all 70's color and Dallas like hairdos. Turns out it was published in 1980, but has a surprising amount of colorful swear words and anatomy descriptions for what I thought were the uptight "me" decade. A convoluted spy story that actually moves rather well, the book is pretty hefty, and the final few chapters suspend disbelief. Although the book jacket itself promises "a shocking finale" I ...more
A.W. Mykel came from nowhere and styed at my hose forever with this one. some many plot twists and shakeup, it will leave you mouth hangin open til the last page. everything ties together to come to a staggering halt. damn fine read. not to be missed.
Best surprise ending of any book I've ever read!
One of the best books I have read.
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