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The Goa File

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First Edition: 2007 Second Edition: 2009 THE GOA FILE A contemporary historical novel Argentina 1945 - 1982 Commander Alfredo Di Martino, an intelligence officer in the Argentine Navy investigates the murder of a US oil company executive in Buenos Aires supposedly committed by terrorists. As Di Martino pursues the clues, a more sinister plot begins to unravel that implicat ...more
Paperback, III, 371 pages
Published 2006 by
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Billy Buttons
Sep 16, 2014 rated it it was amazing
This book was recently entered in The Wishing Shelf Book Awards. This is what our readers thought:


Author: J G Skinner

Title: The Goa File, Argentina 1945 - 1983

COVER: 8/10
The readers thought the cover was excellent and the comments on the back well-written, enticing them to read the book. They like the strong, central image and fun, easy-to-read fonts. However, a number felt the pics on the back looked a little ‘lost’ and could have been larger and incorporated better with the blurb.

Karunesh Agrawal
Sep 15, 2014 rated it it was amazing
James G. Skinner, as he is know to his friends in Vigo, Spain was born in Buenos Aires, Argentina. He is a retired telecommunications expert who has travelled the world over having worked for some of the greatest of today s conglomerates such as Cable & Wireless, US Sprint and British Telecom. Having lived in many different and disparate countries spread across several continents, his knowledge of and experience with people from different ethnic groups and social backgrounds is second to none. H ...more
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