Proxy Assassin: Book Three Of The American Spy Trilogy by John KnoerleProxy Assassin: Book Three Of The American Spy Trilogy by John Knoerle

Proxy Assassin: Book Three Of The American Spy Trilogy

byJohn Knoerle

Paperback | September 1, 2012

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October, 1948. Former OSS agent Hal Schroeder gets an invitation to Washington D.C. from Frank Wisner, who heads the CIA’s new covert ops division. Hal is whisked off to Wisner’s Maryland shore retreat and introduced to a brace of Romanian royals, including the scarily beautiful Princess Stela Varadja, a direct descendant of Vlad Tepes Draculea. Then Frank Wisner pops the question. Would Hal consider parachuting into a remote mountain camp to meet with the leader of a group of Romanian anti-Communist guerillas? Hal had already survived two previous suicide missions and a third did not appeal. But he told Frank Wisner he would need a few days to think it over and had some sightseeing to do. As it turns out, Hal gets to do a lot more sightseeing than he bargained for. Proxy Assassin is a journey that brings the American Spy Trilogy to a surprising, and emotional, conclusion.
John Knoerle was born in Cleveland, Ohio, in 1949 and migrated to California with his family in the 1960s. He has worked as a stand-up comic, a voiceover actor, and a radio reporter. He wrote the screenplay for Quiet Fire, which starred Karen Black and Lawrence Hilton Jacobs, and the stage play The He-Man Woman Hater’s Club, an LA Time...
Title:Proxy Assassin: Book Three Of The American Spy TrilogyFormat:PaperbackDimensions:272 pages, 8.5 × 5.5 × 0.63 inPublished:September 1, 2012Publisher:Blue Steel PressLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0982090390

ISBN - 13:9780982090398

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“John Knoerle is such a smart writer. The humor, heart and intrigue in 'A Despicable Profession' is great.”
—Sarah Branham, Editor, Simon & Schuster.