Novels set in 1940 Lourenco Marques, Portuguese Mozambique, pre-war Asmara, Italian Eritrea, and WW2 Port Lyautey, Morocco.

“Interesting historical fiction read.” – 5 stars

“In To Live Another Day, Aleece and Rudolf Bamberger are
the impalas at the watering hole.” – 5 stars

In June of 1940, ahead of the Germans marching into Paris, Rudolf and Aleece Bamberger, a young German-French Jewish couple flee to Africa to wait out the war where they become embroiled in intrigue and espionage. With spy-thriller plotting, To Live Another Day vividly re-creates their attempt to unsuccessfully distance themselves from the pervasive skullduggery of Axis intelligence operatives in the vast Portuguese neutral harbor of Lourenco Marques, a strategic but colonial backwater situated at the forefront of Indian Ocean shipping lanes.

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ISBN: 9781698806280 (pbk) $17.00

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Suspenseful combination romance and espionage thriller.”

This suspenseful combination romance and espionage thriller centers on a married couple in despair in Fascist Italy under Benito Mussolini’s rule. The novel’s pacing is skillful and precise, leading ultimately to an unforeseen and terrifically satisfying ending.”
Publisher’s Weekly

ISBN: 9781370517084 (ebook) $4.99
ISBN: 9781790346622 (pbk) $19.99

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“A must read for devotees of WW2 espionage thrillers!”
Dan Pollock – 5 stars

An OSS officer is dispatched on a secret mission to French Morocco to dismantle a Nazi network reporting on the U.S. Navy’s Africa Blimp Squadron. Rich with atmosphere and period detail, the intrigue is played out against the northwest coastal town of Port Lyautey on the Sebou River where, in the dusty streets and alleys and in the byzantine Medina of this small colonial seaside town, the French influence is evident, but the compelling force is Arabic and overwhelming.

ISBN: 9781310953927 (eBook) $4.99
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Intrigue and deception in pre-World War I New York City and on a coastal Georgia island in the 1940s.

“This is an original spy novel with much to enjoy.”
Readers’ Favorite – 4 stars

A French intelligence officer Gerard Le Caillec sets in motion a sabotage operation in 1916 New York City. The spymasters in Paris want to put an end to the highly profitable practice of allowing the Americans to manufacture munitions for the Germans that are in turn being used against them on the battlefields of Europe. Operating from the French consulate on Fifth Avenue, Le Caillec has his sights set on recruiting a bankrupt young French-American investment banker named Armand Barsoum to place the explosives on the New Jersey docks of Hoboken where the armament warehouses are located.

ISBN: 9781458122155 (ebook) $4.99
ISBN: 9798640949520 (pbk) $15.00

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“Poignant, brilliantly told historical fiction of
survival, growth, loss and struggle.
Highly recommended.” Enas Reviews (London)

a wild ride of the adventurous tales of Lt. Colonel Carl Von Glasow and his fellow officers of the Afrika Corps after their humiliating defeat in Tunisia during World War Two. Being shipped to a U.S Army prisoner of war camp comes as a pulse pounding surprise for the German war prisoners. Vivid details of their imprisonment at Camp Gwinnett on Sorrel Island on the coast of Georgia in contrast to the Tunisian Desert is immaculately detailed with endearing, believable characters that become actively involved in trying to escape to South America. With an unexpected harrowing ending set first in Miami Beach and ultimately at sea amongst the swells of the Atlantic Ocean.

ISBN: 9781532304378 (ebook) $4.99

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Intrigue and espionage in Cyprus and the Soviet Union at the height of the Cold War.

“J.R. Rogers’ The Cypriot Agent is one of the most realistic
portrayals of espionage in fiction.”
“A page-turner of a spy plot.” – 5 stars
“Good read. Authentic to the era.” – 5 stars
“The plot constantly startles
and surprises.” – 5 stars
“Compelling, page after page.”
“Intrigue at its height.”

An intricate thriller of espionage and foreign intrigue, the novel turns on a Cypriot hit man hired by the CIA to deal with Marina Kovalev a Washington, DC-based Soviet spy. In a deal quietly brokered with the FBI she is returning to the Soviet Union aboard a freighter and giving up her impending marriage to an unsuspecting Presidential advisor.
With action-packed and closely realistic scenes set abroad in Marseille, Beirut, Famagusta, Nicosia, Athens, and Novorossiysk,
in the former Soviet Union, the Agency’s plot— to terminate with predjudice the former illegal before she can return home—is derailed in a spectacular fashion.
ISBN: 97811311925657 (ebook) $4.99
ISBN: 9798669942298 (pbk) $18.00

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Cold War espionage in Montevideo, Uruguay and tracking a political assassin through Peru, Brazil and French Guiana.

“Reminiscent of the early writing
of John Le Carre.” Readers’ Favorite

The traitorous life and work of a dispirited MI6 spy and long-time KGB mole begin to unravel as he comes under increased scrutiny in 1960s Montevideo.
At the center of the intrigue are two Cold War intelligence officers assigned to Uruguay, a middle-aged British MI6 officer, and the Soviet KGB Rezident.
The intricate chilling details of the eventual betrayal of the MI6 spy, as his life and work suddenly unravel, ends climactically in faraway Moscow.

ISBN: 9781301260522 (ebook) $4.99
ISBN: 9781797406220 (pbk) $19.99

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“A well crafted, compelling and gripping historical novel!”
Readers’ Favorite – 5 Stars

Gennaro Cataldo, an Italian anarchist, has traveled incognito to Brussels from London and Paris where he plans to assassinate Leopold II, King of the Belgians. From a rooftop in downtown Brussels, Cataldo fires at King Leopold’s carriage. Unable to determine whether his shots were true, Cataldo escapes to France and hides in Brittany where he belatedly learns he was unsuccessful. Seizing the moment a year later he vows to try again when Leopold, along with his 19-year old mistress, arrives in Dinard aboard his yacht to gamble at the famous casino. This time, after boarding his yacht and a killing spree in Saint-Malo across the bay, he flees to South America. With a cast of well-developed characters this is a rip-roaring ride.

ISBN: 9781465988621 (ebook) $4.99
ISBN: 9798678723185 (pbk) $16.00


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