by Michael Patrick Clark
On a covert operation, in Soviet-occupied Germany, Hammond has no knowledge of the unseen forces that sponsor and oppose his mission. He only knows that he must somehow save her to save himself, but, as ever-more disturbing revelations come to light, begins to wonder which poses the greater threat; the enemy he runs from, or the friend he runs to?
Set against a factual background of government conspiracy, and one of the most audacious espionage coups in history, the Folks at Fifty-Eight is a beautifully-paced tale of seduction, betrayal, blackmail, and murder that blurs the boundaries between fact and fiction.
“This is the best spy novel I have read in quite some time” – Amazon Reviewer
“A subtle homage to the detective and spy novels of the 50′s and 60′s” – Amazon Reviewer
“Delicious spy novel, bold and graphic.” – Amazon Reviewer
“How could it get any better?” – Amazon Reviewer
“I purchased this based on the reviews, and it exceeded expectations” – Amazon Reviewer
Contains adult subject and strong language
About The Author
Michael Patrick Clark, author of The Folks at Fifty-Eight and Flying with Cuckoos, was born on The Fourth of July 1950 in London, England.
He spent the first few years of his life in an orphanage, before adoption brought a new life.
Michael joined the armed forces as a boy apprentice, and over the ensuing years he travelled the world. In the late seventies Michael moved into the high-tech industry. After twenty-five years, made the life-changing decision to move to Spain, and write novels.
If you’d like to get in touch with Mike visit his website at http://www.michaelpatrickclark.com/ add him on Twitter: @mpclark77 / add him on Facebook: MichaelPatrickClark.
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