A Sound of Freedom

A Sound of Freedom

Subtitle : One man's war against the KGB
Author : Walter Grant
ISBN No. : 9781594330384


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Book : A Sound of Freedom

ISBN Number : 9781594330384
Book Name : A Sound of Freedom (One man's war against the KGB)
Book Pages : 160
Book Size : 6 X 9
Book Weight : 0.7

Troubled by a large number of KGB agents operating freely in the US, the lackadaisical attitude of the general population, and the media’s irresponsible depiction of communism, an ex-double agent sets out to use all he has learned in his position as a captain in the KGB’s western intelligence section. He was all that stood between the soviets and their plan to take control of the first test launch of the Peacekeeper–America’s newest ICBM. The soviets aimed to destroy several cities along the southern California coast–an apparent accident. This, they surmised, would show America too incompetent and irresponsible to be allowed to develop high-tech weapons. The Soviet Union would become the world’s only super power. The marine has his own demons to fight, both past and present. Complicating his life and his one man war against the KGB is the woman he met and fell in love with–she is a mystery.

Author : Walter Grant

Author Tag Line : One of America?s Enduring Patriot Authors

Walter Grant became of age in the navy during the height of the cold war. He earned his aircrew wings as a radioman and radar operator aboard long range patrol aircraft tracking soviet submarines and trawlers lying offshore near Cape Canaveral during the space race--sputnik was launched on his watch. He was schooled in atomic, biological, and chemical weapons, as well as antisubmarine warfare. His crew was selected to drop and test the first nuclear depth charge. He is one of only a handful of enlisted men to have flown Mach-2. Walter flew into Cuba before and after Castro's overthrow of the Batista government which led him, sometime later, to read Tragic Island?--How communism came to Cuba, and in turn The Secret World of the KGB--required reading for the CIA. His collection of books on the cold war is extensive. Walter's military career took him to a dozen countries; his fascination with the cold war took him to more than twice that many. Two weeks after the Wall came down he passed through Brandenburg Gate into East Berlin and traveled extensively in the Eastern Bloc--a very sobering experience.

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Weight 0.7 lbs


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