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CHECKMATE

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An RCMP crime procedural

CHECKMATE

Rita Y. Toews

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Genres: Mystery / Crime Fiction, Action/Adventure

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Stan Boyko, an RCMP officer from Winnipeg, Canada, and his wife, Sonja, travel to Hungary on their honeymoon. Sonja also hopes to find her brother, Feri, who may still live in Budapest. The last time Sonja saw her brother he was involved with drug and human trafficker, Sipos Sandor.

Upon their arrival in Budapest, Stan is contacted by the Canadian embassy and asked if he will assist in locating sensitive documents relating to spy activities during the Second World War.

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CHECKMATE

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An RCMP crime procedural

CHECKMATE

Rita Y. Toews

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Genres: Mystery / Crime Fiction, Action/Adventure

Stan Boyko, an RCMP officer from Winnipeg, Canada, and his wife, Sonja, travel to Hungary on their honeymoon. Sonja also hopes to find her brother, Feri, who may still live in Budapest. The last time Sonja saw her brother he was involved with drug and human trafficker, Sipos Sandor.

Upon their arrival in Budapest, Stan is contacted by the Canadian embassy and asked if he will assist in locating sensitive documents relating to spy activities during the Second World War.

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An RCMP crime procedural

CHECKMATE

Rita Y. Toews

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Genres: Mystery / Crime Fiction, Action/Adventure

Words: 65866

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Stan Boyko, an RCMP officer from Winnipeg, Canada, and his wife, Sonja, travel to Hungary on their honeymoon. Sonja also hopes to find her brother, Feri, who may still live in Budapest. The last time Sonja saw her brother he was involved with drug and human trafficker, Sipos Sandor.

Upon their arrival in Budapest, Stan is contacted by the Canadian embassy and asked if he will assist in locating sensitive documents relating to spy activities during the Second World War.

The Prince Of Carentan

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The Prince Of Carentan

Book One Of The Carentan Series

FG Laval

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Genres: Fantasy Fiction for Young Adults, Medieval

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Gereinte Andolin, heir to the throne of Carentan is a sitting target since the death of his father. After several assassination attempts, he is abducted and sold into servitude to a rough sea-faring tribe called the Coustillers. During Gereinte’s time aboard the Skyelady brig, his family is plagued by endless plots to undermine their authority and subvert the rightful heir to the throne. After a year at sea and having earned his freedom, Gereinte returns to Carentan and is reunited with his family.

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The Prince Of Carentan

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The Prince Of Carentan

Book One Of The Carentan Series

FG Laval

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Gereinte Andolin, heir to the throne of Carentan is a sitting target since the death of his father. After several assassination attempts, he is abducted and sold into servitude to a rough sea-faring tribe called the Coustillers. During Gereinte’s time aboard the Skyelady brig, his family is plagued by endless plots to undermine their authority and subvert the rightful heir to the throne. After a year at sea and having earned his freedom, Gereinte returns to Carentan and is reunited with his family.

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FG Laval

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Gereinte Andolin, heir to the throne of Carentan is a sitting target since the death of his father. After several assassination attempts, he is abducted and sold into servitude to a rough sea-faring tribe called the Coustillers. During Gereinte’s time aboard the Skyelady brig, his family is plagued by endless plots to undermine their authority and subvert the rightful heir to the throne. After a year at sea and having earned his freedom, Gereinte returns to Carentan and is reunited with his family.

The Eye Of Valeria

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T.R. Rankin

The Eye Of Valeria

The Valerian Chronicles: Volume One

T.R. Rankin

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What does it mean to be a king? Is it a thing ordained by the gods, or to be seized with an iron fist? Or, is it something else entirely, something visceral to a man himself that makes him a king? And what happens to the man when that crown is taken away?

Balazar, née Valerian, is such a man. At the age of fifteen this heir to the throne of Valeria is stripped of his very identity when his city is sacked by the power-mad regicide, Fantar.

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The Eye Of Valeria

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T.R. Rankin

The Eye Of Valeria

The Valerian Chronicles: Volume One

T.R. Rankin

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Genres: Fantasy, Young Adult

What does it mean to be a king? Is it a thing ordained by the gods, or to be seized with an iron fist? Or, is it something else entirely, something visceral to a man himself that makes him a king? And what happens to the man when that crown is taken away?

Balazar, née Valerian, is such a man. At the age of fifteen this heir to the throne of Valeria is stripped of his very identity when his city is sacked by the power-mad regicide, Fantar.

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The Eye Of Valeria

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T.R. Rankin

The Eye Of Valeria

The Valerian Chronicles: Volume One

T.R. Rankin

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What does it mean to be a king? Is it a thing ordained by the gods, or to be seized with an iron fist? Or, is it something else entirely, something visceral to a man himself that makes him a king? And what happens to the man when that crown is taken away?

Balazar, née Valerian, is such a man. At the age of fifteen this heir to the throne of Valeria is stripped of his very identity when his city is sacked by the power-mad regicide, Fantar.

CALLED TO DUTY 2

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BY THE AUTHOR OF THE AWARD-WINNING 'THE NAM'

CALLED TO DUTY 2

PAYING THE PIPER

Doug Murray

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Sean Piper, now a member of an elite Intelligence Agency has a new job.

American agents—and those who helped them—are being killed. Most had carefully prepared identities that should have protected them from detection.

Clearly, someone has acquired CIA files.

Sean, and his Partner Frank, search for the leak—and find it in Hong Kong at a CIA office run by one of Frank’s oldest friends.

Together they travel to the source of the problem and, working with Brian Kelly, the Agent-in-Charge, discover a hacking ring that has penetrated deep into company security.

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CALLED TO DUTY 2

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BY THE AUTHOR OF THE AWARD-WINNING 'THE NAM'

CALLED TO DUTY 2

PAYING THE PIPER

Doug Murray

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Sean Piper, now a member of an elite Intelligence Agency has a new job.

American agents—and those who helped them—are being killed. Most had carefully prepared identities that should have protected them from detection.

Clearly, someone has acquired CIA files.

Sean, and his Partner Frank, search for the leak—and find it in Hong Kong at a CIA office run by one of Frank’s oldest friends.

Together they travel to the source of the problem and, working with Brian Kelly, the Agent-in-Charge, discover a hacking ring that has penetrated deep into company security.

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CALLED TO DUTY 2

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BY THE AUTHOR OF THE AWARD-WINNING 'THE NAM'

CALLED TO DUTY 2

PAYING THE PIPER

Doug Murray

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Genres: Action/Adventure for Young Adults, Thrillers/Suspense for Young Adults

Words: 50745

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Sean Piper, now a member of an elite Intelligence Agency has a new job.

American agents—and those who helped them—are being killed. Most had carefully prepared identities that should have protected them from detection.

Clearly, someone has acquired CIA files.

Sean, and his Partner Frank, search for the leak—and find it in Hong Kong at a CIA office run by one of Frank’s oldest friends.

Together they travel to the source of the problem and, working with Brian Kelly, the Agent-in-Charge, discover a hacking ring that has penetrated deep into company security.

Gray Tide 2 (2nd Edition)

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Gray Tide 2 (2nd Edition)

Tidal Effects

Andrew J. Heller

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Tidal Effects is the sequel to Gray Tide in the East, the popular alternate history of the First World War. In Gray Tide, the Germans cancel their planned invasion of Belgium in 1914, turning their armies eastward to crush Russia without interference from Great Britain or the United States. Tidal Effects picks up the story in 1923. In High Tide, the U.S. discovers that Germany is building a secret naval base on Martinique, which they acquired from France as part of the peace settlement in 1915. It is a clear challenge to U.S.

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Gray Tide 2 (2nd Edition)

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Gray Tide 2 (2nd Edition)

Tidal Effects

Andrew J. Heller

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Genres: General Fiction, Historical Fiction

Tidal Effects is the sequel to Gray Tide in the East, the popular alternate history of the First World War. In Gray Tide, the Germans cancel their planned invasion of Belgium in 1914, turning their armies eastward to crush Russia without interference from Great Britain or the United States. Tidal Effects picks up the story in 1923. In High Tide, the U.S. discovers that Germany is building a secret naval base on Martinique, which they acquired from France as part of the peace settlement in 1915. It is a clear challenge to U.S.

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Gray Tide 2 (2nd Edition)

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Gray Tide 2 (2nd Edition)

Tidal Effects

Andrew J. Heller

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Genres: General Fiction, Historical Fiction

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Tidal Effects is the sequel to Gray Tide in the East, the popular alternate history of the First World War. In Gray Tide, the Germans cancel their planned invasion of Belgium in 1914, turning their armies eastward to crush Russia without interference from Great Britain or the United States. Tidal Effects picks up the story in 1923. In High Tide, the U.S. discovers that Germany is building a secret naval base on Martinique, which they acquired from France as part of the peace settlement in 1915. It is a clear challenge to U.S.

Sauchiehall Street Sugar

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Sauchiehall Street Sugar

'Tis a Pity That She's a Whore

Biff Grant

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Genres: Womens Fiction, Humour

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Born in the dockside slum of Kinning Park in Glasgow three fifteen year old girls are working in Grey Dunn’s Biscuit Factory, they have been inseparable since their first day at school. Each one approaches life in an entirely different way and manage to rise.

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Sauchiehall Street Sugar

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Sauchiehall Street Sugar

'Tis a Pity That She's a Whore

Biff Grant

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Genres: Womens Fiction, Humour

Born in the dockside slum of Kinning Park in Glasgow three fifteen year old girls are working in Grey Dunn’s Biscuit Factory, they have been inseparable since their first day at school. Each one approaches life in an entirely different way and manage to rise.

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Sauchiehall Street Sugar

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Sauchiehall Street Sugar

'Tis a Pity That She's a Whore

Biff Grant

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Born in the dockside slum of Kinning Park in Glasgow three fifteen year old girls are working in Grey Dunn’s Biscuit Factory, they have been inseparable since their first day at school. Each one approaches life in an entirely different way and manage to rise.

Hector Gunn and the Afghan Heroin War

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      • Now with a name like Cleis, daughter of Sappho, you are going to have
        half a notion of where I'm coming from but any book with a six foot
        ballerina who swears like a fishwife and shags like a gymnast is going
        to get my five star vote whither she's straight or not. This is one
        funny book, Shona the ballet dancer is a hoot. Hector is a Royal
        Marine, she detests the military as being murdering bastards. He
        agrees with her and tells her that he's an artist, a novelist.
        Meanwhile he's out there with his sniper rifle bumping people off on
        behalf of the Secret Intelligence Agency. When she does discover what
        he's up to it's too late, she in way too deep. The argue a lot, they
        shag a lot. Go for this one, it's worth every penny.  5 out of 5 
        (Cleis)
      • This is a very serious book about how the American, British and
        international banks are now the main players in distributing heroin
        throughout the world. But it is unexpectedly fast paced, full of
        action and most of all funny. Hector is a hit man for the Special Boat
        Service and the Secret Intelligence Service. His lady, Shona, a
        six-foot one ballerina who swears like a trooper but looks like an
        angel dances with Scottish Ballet and hates the military with a
        vengeance. She sees them as arbitrary murderers. In order to get into
        her pants Hector tells her that he is a simple novelist. She decides
        he needs protection. This one is a terrific read. They fall in love,
        they fall out of love. They fight, they argue, they make up. Buy it,
        it’s worth every penny.  5 out of 5  (Scathach)

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Hector Gunn and the Afghan Heroin War

Biff Grant

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I’ve just killed four nice, well brought up, well-educated, middle-class, English boys right here in the heart of the UK. Why?

Well it began way back. You see early in 2001 the Afghan Taliban, in an attempt to get their population off heroin, began to burn the Afghan poppy crop. The American and International Banks who were currently financing the world wide distribution of this product started to lose their fifteen per cent cut, three hundred million dollars each and every month.

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Hector Gunn and the Afghan Heroin War

    • Average 5.0 from 2 ratings
      • Now with a name like Cleis, daughter of Sappho, you are going to have
        half a notion of where I'm coming from but any book with a six foot
        ballerina who swears like a fishwife and shags like a gymnast is going
        to get my five star vote whither she's straight or not. This is one
        funny book, Shona the ballet dancer is a hoot. Hector is a Royal
        Marine, she detests the military as being murdering bastards. He
        agrees with her and tells her that he's an artist, a novelist.
        Meanwhile he's out there with his sniper rifle bumping people off on
        behalf of the Secret Intelligence Agency. When she does discover what
        he's up to it's too late, she in way too deep. The argue a lot, they
        shag a lot. Go for this one, it's worth every penny.  5 out of 5 
        (Cleis)
      • This is a very serious book about how the American, British and
        international banks are now the main players in distributing heroin
        throughout the world. But it is unexpectedly fast paced, full of
        action and most of all funny. Hector is a hit man for the Special Boat
        Service and the Secret Intelligence Service. His lady, Shona, a
        six-foot one ballerina who swears like a trooper but looks like an
        angel dances with Scottish Ballet and hates the military with a
        vengeance. She sees them as arbitrary murderers. In order to get into
        her pants Hector tells her that he is a simple novelist. She decides
        he needs protection. This one is a terrific read. They fall in love,
        they fall out of love. They fight, they argue, they make up. Buy it,
        it’s worth every penny.  5 out of 5  (Scathach)

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Hector Gunn and the Afghan Heroin War

Biff Grant

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Genres: Thrillers/Suspense

I’ve just killed four nice, well brought up, well-educated, middle-class, English boys right here in the heart of the UK. Why?

Well it began way back. You see early in 2001 the Afghan Taliban, in an attempt to get their population off heroin, began to burn the Afghan poppy crop. The American and International Banks who were currently financing the world wide distribution of this product started to lose their fifteen per cent cut, three hundred million dollars each and every month.

Words: 70000

Ebook Price: $6.95

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Hector Gunn and the Afghan Heroin War

    • Average 5.0 from 2 ratings
      • Now with a name like Cleis, daughter of Sappho, you are
        going to have half a notion of where I'm coming from but any
        book with a six foot ballerina who swears like a fishwife
        and shags like a gymnast is going to get my five star vote
        whither she's straight or not. This is one funny book, Shona
        the ballet dancer is a hoot. Hector is a Royal Marine, she
        detests the military as being murdering bastards. He agrees
        with her and tells her that he's an artist, a novelist.
        Meanwhile he's out there with his sniper rifle bumping
        people off on behalf of the Secret Intelligence Agency. When
        she does discover what he's up to it's too late, she in way
        too deep. The argue a lot, they shag a lot. Go for this one,
        it's worth every penny.  5 out of 5  (Cleis)
      • This is a very serious book about how the American, British
        and international banks are now the main players in
        distributing heroin throughout the world. But it is
        unexpectedly fast paced, full of action and most of all
        funny. Hector is a hit man for the Special Boat Service and
        the Secret Intelligence Service. His lady, Shona, a six-foot
        one ballerina who swears like a trooper but looks like an
        angel dances with Scottish Ballet and hates the military
        with a vengeance. She sees them as arbitrary murderers. In
        order to get into her pants Hector tells her that he is a
        simple novelist. She decides he needs protection. This one
        is a terrific read. They fall in love, they fall out of
        love. They fight, they argue, they make up. Buy it, it’s
        worth every penny.  5 out of 5  (Scathach)

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Hector Gunn and the Afghan Heroin War

Biff Grant

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Genres: Thrillers/Suspense

Words: 70000

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I’ve just killed four nice, well brought up, well-educated, middle-class, English boys right here in the heart of the UK. Why?

Well it began way back. You see early in 2001 the Afghan Taliban, in an attempt to get their population off heroin, began to burn the Afghan poppy crop. The American and International Banks who were currently financing the world wide distribution of this product started to lose their fifteen per cent cut, three hundred million dollars each and every month.

Operation Underworld

    • Average 5.0 from 1 ratings
      • “A fascinating and lesser-known part of Mafia and WWII history, this
        brilliantly-researched novel is quite an eye-opener!”
         
                                                                              
                                        - Shelly Marsden
                                                                              
                                         Irish World, London
          
             "Dock workers shout and swear coarsely. You can almost smell the
        creosote and tobacco smoke as they do while the impression of a New
        York metropolis coming into its own is particularly potent. As a
        narrator he never has us at a loss as to our location, and using
        something of a film maker's palate, he lets the streets and docksides
        of New York become a central character in their own right." 
                                                                              
                                            - Hilary A. White, 
                                                                              
                            The Sunday Independent,                           
                  
         
        
                     “Like a sunken treasure ship this intriguing wartime
        story has now been well and truly excavated.”  
                                                                              
                                       - Irish Daily Mail, London
         
            
        “I was a bit wary as I began reading, thinking the use of colloquial
        speech and vocabulary would make the book hard going. However I was
        wrong; instead it gives the book a distinctive flavour, alongside the
        descriptions of a bustling New York."
         
            - Annette Hart
                                                                              
                                                  Reviews Online
         
         
        Some Reader Comments:
         
        “I felt compelled to write and tell you that once into the last fifty
        pages, on my way home one evening last week, I missed my train stop by
        two stations reading the chase scene at the end."                     
                                                                              
                                       
        
                                 Christina Rossi, Philadelphia, PA 
         
                Just a quick "Thank you" for Operation Underworld. Being a
        girl, I'm usually not a fan of crime-related stuff, but I got this one
        off my boyfriend's shelf to read something during a trip - and boy,
        did the trip seem short!"
                                                                              
                                         -       Irene, Rome, Italy
         
        
         
        "I have been a history enthusiast for many years, and was frankly
        bowled over by the historical accuracy of the novel, as well as the
        effectiveness of the device used to carry the story. Historical
        fiction so often tends to be either too dry to capture one's interest
        for long, or superficial fun to read, but at the expense of historical
        accuracy. With Operation Underworld, Mr. Kelly seems to have found the
        happy medium that balances both.   
        Now of course, we are all anxiously awaiting his next historical
        novel." 
         
                                              - Lt. Geoffrey Meade, U. S. N.
                                                 San Antonio, Texas
        
        
              “I am greatly enjoying Operation Underworld. The visual and
        auditory image of the two guys in the hold of the ship striking the
        water valve in unison to the choral strains of the Anvil Chorus made
        me burst out laughing! That is such a great visual, in such a weird
        context!
                                                - Paul O’Connor, Dublin,
        Ireland
        
          5 out of 5  (visitor)

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Operation Underworld

Paddy Kelly

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Genres: Action/Adventure, Historical Fiction, Mainstream

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February, 1942. Free China is lost, the Battle of Britain has been fought and Hitler dines in Paris. World War II is nearly three years old, however the United States resists involvement. With an invitation from the Imperial Japanese Navy at Pearl Harbor everything changes.

In her first ten months of the war nearly 500 American ships are lost. The retooling of Her factories is estimated to take at least a year, and even before it is completed, the men who work in those factories must become Marines, sailors and soldiers.

The U.S.

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Operation Underworld

    • Average 5.0 from 1 ratings
      • “A fascinating and lesser-known part of Mafia and WWII history, this
        brilliantly-researched novel is quite an eye-opener!”
         
                                                                              
                                        - Shelly Marsden
                                                                              
                                         Irish World, London
          
             "Dock workers shout and swear coarsely. You can almost smell the
        creosote and tobacco smoke as they do while the impression of a New
        York metropolis coming into its own is particularly potent. As a
        narrator he never has us at a loss as to our location, and using
        something of a film maker's palate, he lets the streets and docksides
        of New York become a central character in their own right." 
                                                                              
                                            - Hilary A. White, 
                                                                              
                            The Sunday Independent,                           
                  
         
        
                     “Like a sunken treasure ship this intriguing wartime
        story has now been well and truly excavated.”  
                                                                              
                                       - Irish Daily Mail, London
         
            
        “I was a bit wary as I began reading, thinking the use of colloquial
        speech and vocabulary would make the book hard going. However I was
        wrong; instead it gives the book a distinctive flavour, alongside the
        descriptions of a bustling New York."
         
            - Annette Hart
                                                                              
                                                  Reviews Online
         
         
        Some Reader Comments:
         
        “I felt compelled to write and tell you that once into the last fifty
        pages, on my way home one evening last week, I missed my train stop by
        two stations reading the chase scene at the end."                     
                                                                              
                                       
        
                                 Christina Rossi, Philadelphia, PA 
         
                Just a quick "Thank you" for Operation Underworld. Being a
        girl, I'm usually not a fan of crime-related stuff, but I got this one
        off my boyfriend's shelf to read something during a trip - and boy,
        did the trip seem short!"
                                                                              
                                         -       Irene, Rome, Italy
         
        
         
        "I have been a history enthusiast for many years, and was frankly
        bowled over by the historical accuracy of the novel, as well as the
        effectiveness of the device used to carry the story. Historical
        fiction so often tends to be either too dry to capture one's interest
        for long, or superficial fun to read, but at the expense of historical
        accuracy. With Operation Underworld, Mr. Kelly seems to have found the
        happy medium that balances both.   
        Now of course, we are all anxiously awaiting his next historical
        novel." 
         
                                              - Lt. Geoffrey Meade, U. S. N.
                                                 San Antonio, Texas
        
        
              “I am greatly enjoying Operation Underworld. The visual and
        auditory image of the two guys in the hold of the ship striking the
        water valve in unison to the choral strains of the Anvil Chorus made
        me burst out laughing! That is such a great visual, in such a weird
        context!
                                                - Paul O’Connor, Dublin,
        Ireland
        
          5 out of 5  (visitor)

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Operation Underworld

Paddy Kelly

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Genres: Action/Adventure, Historical Fiction, Mainstream

February, 1942. Free China is lost, the Battle of Britain has been fought and Hitler dines in Paris. World War II is nearly three years old, however the United States resists involvement. With an invitation from the Imperial Japanese Navy at Pearl Harbor everything changes.

In her first ten months of the war nearly 500 American ships are lost. The retooling of Her factories is estimated to take at least a year, and even before it is completed, the men who work in those factories must become Marines, sailors and soldiers.

The U.S.

Words: 113700

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    • Average 5.0 from 1 ratings
      • “A fascinating and lesser-known part of Mafia and WWII
        history, this brilliantly-researched novel is quite an
        eye-opener!”
         
                                                                    
                                                  - Shelly Marsden
                                                                    
                                                   Irish World,
        London
          
             "Dock workers shout and swear coarsely. You can almost
        smell the creosote and tobacco smoke as they do while the
        impression of a New York metropolis coming into its own is
        particularly potent. As a narrator he never has us at a loss
        as to our location, and using something of a film maker's
        palate, he lets the streets and docksides of New York become
        a central character in their own right." 
                                                                    
                                                      - Hilary A.
        White, 
                                                                    
                                      The Sunday Independent,       
                                      
         
        
                     “Like a sunken treasure ship this intriguing
        wartime story has now been well and truly excavated.”  
                                                                    
                                                 - Irish Daily Mail,
        London
         
            
        “I was a bit wary as I began reading, thinking the use of
        colloquial speech and vocabulary would make the book hard
        going. However I was wrong; instead it gives the book a
        distinctive flavour, alongside the descriptions of a
        bustling New York."
         
            - Annette Hart
                                                                    
                                                            Reviews
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        Some Reader Comments:
         
        “I felt compelled to write and tell you that once into the
        last fifty pages, on my way home one evening last week, I
        missed my train stop by two stations reading the chase scene
        at the end."                                                
                                                                    
                      
        
                                 Christina Rossi, Philadelphia, PA 
         
                Just a quick "Thank you" for Operation Underworld.
        Being a girl, I'm usually not a fan of crime-related stuff,
        but I got this one off my boyfriend's shelf to read
        something during a trip - and boy, did the trip seem
        short!"
                                                                    
                                                   -       Irene,
        Rome, Italy
         
        
         
        "I have been a history enthusiast for many years, and was
        frankly bowled over by the historical accuracy of the novel,
        as well as the effectiveness of the device used to carry the
        story. Historical fiction so often tends to be either too
        dry to capture one's interest for long, or superficial fun
        to read, but at the expense of historical accuracy. With
        Operation Underworld, Mr. Kelly seems to have found the
        happy medium that balances both.   
        Now of course, we are all anxiously awaiting his next
        historical novel." 
         
                                              - Lt. Geoffrey Meade,
        U. S. N.
                                                 San Antonio, Texas
        
        
              “I am greatly enjoying Operation Underworld. The
        visual and auditory image of the two guys in the hold of the
        ship striking the water valve in unison to the choral
        strains of the Anvil Chorus made me burst out laughing! That
        is such a great visual, in such a weird context!
                                                - Paul O’Connor,
        Dublin, Ireland
        
          5 out of 5  (visitor)

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Operation Underworld

Paddy Kelly

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Genres: Action/Adventure, Historical Fiction, Mainstream

Words: 113700

Ebook Price: $5.99

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Paperback price: $17.83

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February, 1942. Free China is lost, the Battle of Britain has been fought and Hitler dines in Paris. World War II is nearly three years old, however the United States resists involvement. With an invitation from the Imperial Japanese Navy at Pearl Harbor everything changes.

In her first ten months of the war nearly 500 American ships are lost. The retooling of Her factories is estimated to take at least a year, and even before it is completed, the men who work in those factories must become Marines, sailors and soldiers.

The U.S.

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