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The Thyssen Affair

2 Ratings: 3.0
A book by Mozelle RIchardson

New York City, Saturday, September 27, 1980 Cane Eliot knew he was being followed before he reached the shuttle to Lufthansa for his overnight flight to Germany. It was the same thing that made the skin on the back of his neck crawl during the war when … see full wiki

2 reviews about The Thyssen Affair
review by . August 15, 2010
 I really I really I I really did not know what to expect when I picked up [[ASIN:1616582448 The Thyssen Affair]] . Spy novels in the hands of an unskilled author can come off as clumsy with protagonists that have super skill-set - you know main characters that are skilled in explosives, martial arts, languages,high tech gadgets,  and every eclectic skill know to man. Fortunately, Mozelle Richardson has not fallen into this pitfall and has written a main character, Cane …
review by . August 30, 2010
If you enjoy reading about spies, World War II and mystery, THE THYSSEN AFFAIR is a good book to choose.       Canyon Eliot is a retired OSS WWI agent.  He is content to be on his Colorado ranch.  Unfortunately, his friend who is CIA wants him to do a “simple investigation” in Germany.  Canyon is reluctant but finally agrees only to find the “simple investigation” isn’t so simple.       KGB, CIA, OSS – …
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