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Is That A Symplexophon On A French Louis Philippe I See?

You know, we all have our own opinions, but what do you think is the determining feature that separates the haves from the have nots? What, if anything makes one better than the other?¬† Well in Dangerous Illusions you realize that besides the multi-million dollar bookshelves, the ownership of antique musical instruments, insider or privileged … Continue reading

A Susceptible Mind

The key ingredient was to find a person of faultless poise. A person willing to see both sides of the argument, but also the ability to find an equilibrium permitting the completion of the task at hand. With two forces tugging at both ends, which way would he turn when the time came? The end … Continue reading

The Black Sea : Housing The Dead For Several Centuries

” ‘The CIA code word for him is The Mingrelian. That’s a tribe or clan in the Republic of Georgia, that’s been prominent in the Caucases since the dawn of civilization. Mingrelians were among the first Christians and remained Christian through Mongol, Persian, and Turkish invasions. Their aristocracy maintained an independent principality along the coast … Continue reading

Earth Needs A Hero In Hamburg Stat

SUMMARY ¬†Dixon’s European sojourn goes awry when she’s arrested for corporate espionage. She’s just an innocent Australian teacher working abroad. Or is she? For Dixon, it’s a matter of wrong place, wrong time. The investigating officers are convinced she’s stolen the navigation and guidance technology from the plane manufacturer Flussair, and that she’s behind the … Continue reading

You Can’t Fit A Round Peg In A Red Square Hole

Captain Dominika Eragova is a Red Sparrow, famously trained in the art of seduction making her, much to “man”kind’s chagrin the ultimate tease, and she is damn good at it too. Sparrows would utilize their prowess as seductresses of the state to further the strategic goals of their home country. Sex and spying were melded … Continue reading

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