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A highly original espionage thriller about Libya, its infamous dictator, "The Colonel" and strange events that take place in the summer of 1981.

It was a time before personal computers, the internet and cell phones. Life was not easy, nor was the spy business! The story unfolds as Ronald Reagan was recovering from an assassination attempt, MTV initially aired, and IBM intr
Kindle Edition, 466 pages
Published September 17th 2011 by KMACK Design
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Aug 27, 2013 rated it it was amazing  ·  (Review from the author)
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:

Again, this is an alternate history, like much of my work. This retro-spy thriller takes place in a single day (more or less) during the summer of 1981. My, how things have changed— yet all the technology we take for granted today is here in its infancy, from personal computers to
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