The Dark Goddess

When a man enters the inner circle of government service, a whole new world is opened up to him, a world of awesome power and of absolute vulnerability.So learns Alexander Rhalles, Nobel Prize winning historian and foreign affairs adviser to the President, when his wife is kidnapped by the KGB His choices committing treason by passing on transcripts of his meetings withWhen a man enters the inner circle of government service, a whole new world is opened up to him, a world of awesome power and of absolute vulnerability.So learns Alexander Rhalles, Nobel Prize winning historian and foreign affairs adviser to the President, when his wife is kidnapped by the KGB His choices committing treason by passing on transcripts of his meetings with the President or condemning his wife to a terrible death.Rhalles knew that there was only one man who might be able to end his nightmare and save Moira s life her former lover Peter Sawyer, a corporate investigator whose work in industrial espionage required tactics as sophisticated and as ruthless as the KGB s or the CIA s.
The Dark Goddess When a man enters the inner circle of government service a whole new world is opened up to him a world of awesome power and of absolute vulnerability So learns Alexander Rhalles Nobel Prize winning

  • Title: The Dark Goddess
  • Author: Marvin H. Albert
  • ISBN: 9780385121828
  • Page: 495
  • Format: Hardcover
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    About the Author

    Marvin H. Albert

    Also wrote under the names Mike Barone, Albert Conroy, Ian MacAlister, Nick Quarry, Anthony Rome, Al Conroy, Marvin Albert Marvin H Albert, the author of than 100 westerns, mysteries, spy novels and works of history, died on March 24 in Menton, in the south of France He was 73 and lived in Mont Segur sur Lauzon.The cause was a heart attack, said his daughter, Jan.Mr Albert was born in Philadelphia and served as a radio officer in the Merchant Marine during World War II After working as the director of a children s theater troupe in Philadelphia, he moved to New York in 1950 and began writing and editing for the magazines Quick and Look He turned to writing full time after the success of his novel The Law and Jake Wade 1956.In addition to popular westerns, mysteries and novelizations of Hollywood films, he wrote The Long White Road, a biography of the Arctic explorer Ernest Shackleton, Broadsides and Boarders, a history of great sea captains, and The Divorce, about Henry VIII He wrote novels under his own name and under the pseudonyms Albert Conroy, Al Conroy, Nick Quarry, Anthony Rome, Ian MacAlister and J D Christilian By WILLIAM GRIMES

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    • Larry said:
      Aug 22, 2018 - 06:15 AM

      Decent spy thriller. Cerebral; not a lot of guns and killing.

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