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Sunday, January 3, 2016

Secret Mission: Prague

Secret Mission #2: “Secret Mission: Prague” by Don Smith. Phil Sherman, an American electronics and computer salesman based in Paris is contacted by CIA agent, Ross McCullough, and asked to make a secret trip to Prague to see if he can interest suspected gun runners into offering his company a job getting weapons to Negro groups in America for their riots and possible overthrow of the government. We do have a couple black leaders involved, with their headquarters in a Chinese office located in a country chateau. The Chinese is heading the project, with help from European agents, and even some American pilots. There is a lot going on, and Sherman seems more like a private detective than spy, but he does run across some beautiful women to bed. Overall, this is a fun series, with plenty of action to keep the reader’s attention.

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