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Today’s Kindle Daily Deal – Sunday, Nov. 27 – Two great bestselling authors at their best, and at terrific prices just for today: Save 86% on Kurt Vonnegut’s dazzling narrative of shifting identities, plus … Where are the lines between fact and fiction in Noel Hynd’s FALSE FLAGS: Betrayal in London (Today’s Sponsor)?

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FALSE FLAGS : Betrayal in London

by Noel Hynd
by Noel Hynd
4.0 stars – 4 Reviews
Text-to-Speech and Lending: Enabled
Here’s the set-up:
“Noel Hynd knows the ins and outs of Washington’s institutions, public and private.” Publishers Weekly
From the author of FLOWERS FROM BERLIN, CONSPIRACY IN KIEV and two dozen other best selling thrillers, comes a newly revised ‘endgame’ spy story, based on the events of 1983 that were all too real.
It is 1983, the freezing point of the Cold War between the United States and the Soviet Union. Behind the headlines, unknown to most private citizens, the two super powers bumble toward nuclear confrontation….and in the back streets and back alleys of world capitals, spies and recalled spies fight for a part of a missile guidance system that could tip the balance during nuclear confrontation. And at the center is a woman with a terrible secret.
Noel Hynd takes you on a journey into the world of espionage in both the 1960’s and 1980s. Based on fascinating real life detail, some of it autobiographical, the story teams with real life characters from Andropov to Profumo and spawls across CIA stations in London and Paris as well as Parisian night spots and journalistic/spy haunts such as Harry’s New York Bar in Paris. The times were deadly, but riveting, the mood intoxicating but frightening.For spy fans, this is a trip into the real world. You will never feel the same about the year 1983.
  • “The novels of Noel Hynd stand out like emeralds.” – NY Times Book Review.
  • “A few notches above the Ludlums and Clancys of the world – Booklist
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and now … Today’s Kindle Daily Deal!

Mother NightKindle Daily Deal: Mother Night

Best known now by the Nick Nolte film of the same name, Kurt Vonnegut’s dazzling narrative explores the concept of false or shifting identities. The odyssey of its protagonist, Howard Campbell, Jr. is a paradigm of conflicting loyalties, ambiguous commitment, and personal compromise.

Yesterday’s Price: $6.99
Today’s Discount: $6.00
Kindle Daily Deal Price: $0.99 (86% off)
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