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Lynn Hallbrooks

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Lynn Hallbrooks is the remaining founder of Call Sign Wrecking Crew, LLC. Lynn began her writing career with David McKoy (RIP) when they wrote their first book, Call Sign: Wrecking Crew Storm Warning. It was published through Amazon January 2011 with the help of River Road Press. Since then Lynn wrote two other books with David as well as a non-fiction book of her own. She has also helped compile and publish a book of quotations.

Lynn Hallbrooks is former U.S. Air Force and David McKoy was former U.S. Navy. Supporting and writing about US military is second-nature.





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42 Million to One by Hal Malchow On August 4, 2020 the book 42 Million to One by Hal Malchow was published and made available to the general public. The book is currently available to download on NetGalley, courtesy of Double M Publishing and Mindbuck Media

Parental note: There is mild violence, adult language, and moderately graphic sexual situations.

Genres and my rating: Political Thriller and  International Intrigue - 4
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“Mac knocks on the door. After he updates Spider, he asks, “Do you have your weapon with you?”

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Lynn Hallbrooks Thanks Tom for inviting me in.

Blessings to you and yours.

Lynn


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Tom Blubaugh Lynn,

Welcome to my community of friends.

Blessings,

Tom


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Lynn Hallbrooks Stacy wrote: "Thanks for adding me, Lynn! Nice to connect with you on Goodreads!"

You're most welcome Stacy. :)


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Stacy Juba Thanks for adding me, Lynn! Nice to connect with you on Goodreads!


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Lynn Hallbrooks Christine wrote: "Thanks for being my friend"

You're welcome. I didn't even know the profile pages had a place for comments until today.

Lynn H.


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Lynn Hallbrooks L.J. wrote: "Hi Lynn!! :)"

Hi L.J.

I didn't even know the profile section had a place for comments.

Lynn H.


Christine Hatfield Thanks for being my friend


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