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By Don Davis

Self-published. 2016. Softcover. 195 pages.

Cost: eBook $1.99; paperback $8.25 on Amazon

Archangel is a story about the international spies of the 1960s, 70s, 80s and 90s that shocked the intelligence establishments. It could serve as a wake-up call on what can happen to any family living outside their country. This intense covert operation is a spy-travel-journal-on-steroids. The book also reveals the hazards that lay hidden in overseas life and the psychological damage to the youngsters and physical dangers to adults and children. Ultimately, according to the author, the clandestine process leaves a troublesome scar in the international spy world and with families worldwide.

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