Review: Trapped In A Hall Of Mirrors

Title:  Trapped In A Hall Of Mirrors
Author:  Michael Connick
Published 2016
ISBN:  1523422777
Available on Amazon


I received this book from the author in exchange for my  honest review.

This is a true story based on one man’s life.  To avoid going to Viet Nam, he accepted a position with the government.  He was chosen by a professor because of his academic achievements.

He traveled to several countries, doing surveillance for the government, watching KGB activity, spying on other agents, and doing computer programming for the CIA.

He got involved with a double agent which got him on a list as a person who offended the KGB.  They put a warrant out on him, and he was transferred around to avoid arrest.

He was transferred to Austria, again doing surveillance on KGB where he met a woman who turned out to be a KGB double agent.

This is a very interesting story, ala “James Bond” style of intrigue and danger.  Well written with a strong character who will keep your interest.



About karenf615

Married to my best friend. Living in Montgomery IL. 7 grandchildren and a great-grandchild on the way. Enjoy camping on weekends and watching old movies. I read about 2 to 3 books a week, write reviews and currently editing for a friend who is writing a Post Apocalyptic Fantasy series of books. During the week I am a full time Office Manager for a construction company in the Chicago area.
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