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by Donald E. McQuinn
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Contemporary
  • Author:
    Donald E. McQuinn
  • ISBN:
    0812506693
  • ISBN13:
    978-0812506693
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  • Publisher:
    Tor Books (September 1, 1986)
  • Subcategory:
    Contemporary
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    1999 kb
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    1778 kb
  • Rating:
    4.7
  • Votes:
    967
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A very well-written novel about a Russian spy ready to score a coup in the. Donald E. He served twenty years in the Marines (retiring as a Major) before becoming an author. He lives in the Pacific Northwest with his wife and three grown sons. Books by Donald E. McQuinn. Mor. rivia About Shadow of Lies.

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by Donald E. Published by Thriftbooks. com User, 16 years ago. One of McQuinn's earlier works, tells a believable spy story with a suitably twisting plot, and excellent character development.

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Shipping to Russian Federation. 1967 Press Photo Donald E. McQuinn, Military Member - nom09028. McQuinn (born 1930, in Winthrop, Massachusetts) is. . McQuinn (born 1930, in Winthrop, Massachusetts) is an American best-selling author, and former . McQuinn graduated high school in Texas, and attended the University of Washington on a Navy scholarship. He served twenty years in the Marines-retiring in 1971 as a major-before becoming an author. He lives in the Pacific Northwest (Normandy Park, Washington) with his wife Carol; they have three grown sons. A third book in the Captain Lannat series was announced by the publisher as "a work in progress", but remains unfinished or unpublished.

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McQuinn deserves some kind of award forfeit melodrama. All of these people are drawn with uncanny and disheartening lifelikeness

McQuinn deserves some kind of award forfeit melodrama. Shadow of Lies is a thriller that really gets into the vital organs of its desperate characters. Martin Carmody is the alias of a Russian agent who has spent seven years building up a front as a Seattle sporting-goods store owner and runs a network of spies who are supplying him with computer secrets. All of these people are drawn with uncanny and disheartening lifelikeness. The one character in the book you would die to know is a boutique owner that Black falls for, Maddy Hosmer, whose spectacularly human dialogue deserves preservation in amber or on celluloid-she is marvelous!

Martin Carmody is a Russian spy commissioned to steal the secrets behind an American supercomputer and the only man who can stop him is Steven Black, a man whose professional and emotional life is in shambles

Binar
This was a good story of espionage. I read "Targets" by this author which was excellent and decided to try this book. The characters were well described as were the locations (Seattle and San Francisco). An interesting look into the minds of two spies and their lives.
Ventelone
One of McQuinn's earlier works, tells a believable spy story with a suitably twisting plot, and excellent character development. Recommended.