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4.11  ·  Rating details ·  9 ratings  ·  2 reviews
What to do about Iran's nuclear program?
The CIA has a clever cyber-war program to shut them down...
But things never go according to plan.
Meet Aydin Llewelyn, computer genius, deadbeat and accidental spy.
Can he and his ex-girlfriend make it to Tehran and save the day?
Find out in this fast-paced, amusing, twisty tale of travel and intrigue...
Kindle Edition, 3, 50 pages
Published 2012 by KMACK
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Unknown Auther
Sep 30, 2013 rated it it was amazing
An excellent story of espionage and cyber-warfare in the Middle-East. A lot of research has gone into this novella and it shows in its reading!
Lots of elements of spycraft, love (to some degree), action, suspence and good old-fashioned technology.

A short story and one of three in a trilogy which left me wondering what would happen in the next installment.
Perfect for on the train or on a long coach trip!

I thank the author for doing a review swap with me and I hope to read the next two installment
Dec 08, 2012 rated it it was amazing  ·  (Review from the author)
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Review your own work? Hmm, seems to be a dangerous precedent even though the rules here allow it. Brilliant, subtle, inventive, engaging… all these words jump to mind, but I should limit myself to some simple comments:

.farsi, part one of The Farsi Trilogy, began life as a short story, commissioned by an on-line spy magazine. Well, that didn’t work out so well, in terms of getting paid… but the
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No genre is safe from me!
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