Life in the Shadows – Video

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Mick, Jack, Walking Bear, and Mahaney use their cover positions to act as the point of the spear when traditional means are not adequate to combat threats to society. Their connections to the Australian Intelligence Service. Mi6 and Irish Intelligence are only shared with those who need to know.


“The Bridge”

Christopher Ogden, Moscow UPI Correspondent, twice NY Times bestselling author. 
“I had no idea what you were up to when we were there…I could not put it down. You captured those times perfectly. Wonderful book!”
“Love learning about life in Moscow while following the twists and turns in this plot. If you liked A Gentleman in Moscow or Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy, then read this next!” Charles Martin

“A love story, a spy story, and a great look into Soviet Russia.”
“The Bridge,” tells where and how it all began, for a number of us willing to say yes to adventure. 

“This Bridge” shares actual events with a creative narrative connecting the circumstances for those not familiar with the history under Communist rule in the CCCP.
“Any fan of spy novels, history (particularly Cold War history), will enjoy The Bridge” E.Vance

London – Helsinki – Tashkent 1978

Michael Garrett is asked by Natalie, his lover and member of French Intelligence, to travel to Tashkent to meet the Colonel she had been running for years. Her abrupt departure from Moscow and relocation to Paris has strained the management of the most strategically placed agent the French had ever developed. Neither she nor her backup can make the trip that she feels will provide vital information to the west. She reluctantly asks Michael to make the meeting.

Before he departs for Tashkent and that meeting, share his journey as he joins the Australian Secret Intelligence Service in 1972, years before the world knew the Australians had an Intelligence Service. Follow his exploits across Russia with Jack, ASIS Station Chief, and other remarkable people along the way.

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“The Red House”

“An enjoyable calm precedes a mighty storm!”

“This book rockets from the “team” kicking back on the beach at Tahoe to the “lads” violently confronting those who are more than happy to destroy a pristine area of Lake Tahoe in the pursuit of making yet more money moving drugs.I loved all the Native American characters, their pride, resolve, and unwavering dedication to their people. I loved it!!”. MJB

“Walking Bear, Wolf Plume, Ghost Bear, et al. Could there ever be more perfect characters? I learned a great deal about people I, unfortunately, know very little about. A great read.” Barry“The same team from previous “Life in the Shadows” stories head to Lake Tahoe for some downtime. As they relax, they get called into action to help their friends take on some truly horrible characters.” G.McDermott

“What a wonderful story. You brought back so many vivid memories. ‘If you were in Glenbrook, Nevada, in the 40s, 50s, 60s, 70s, and 80s, you will recognize many old friends. If you are new to Glenbrook, you will enjoy making new friends.’ So true!” R. Michaels, Reno, Nevada

“Absolutely love these guys…”Jack, Mick Garrett, and Henry Mahaney meet Walking Bear, Wolf Plume, and others at a Pow Wow in Washington D.C. before heading for a well-deserved vacation in Glenbrook, Nevada. 
Wolf Plume, Washoe Police, officers from the Paiute Nation, the Duck Shoshone, and the Winnemucca Nation ask for their help as they enjoy their well-deserved time out of the intelligence game.
They request help to crush a significant drug operation in and through their reservations routing through various spots on the lake.
Worse, they are further informed that crooked cops are involved, as are some Indian law enforcement officers in and around the Reservations. 
As they learn more about a significant shipment and a planned terrorist act to cover the movement of the drugs, the team offers their help as only they can offer if rules need to be bent.

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“Oo-roo”

Oo-roo is an Aboriginal word meaning “See you.”
A thriller full of friendship, love, truth, and lies leads to an unpredictable end.
“A great addition to the series. Extremely unique and full of engaging prose. This is a talented writer indeed. I will read more.” Venus
“This book has a very interesting story. I am delighted by the characters and how this was written to be a very engaging spy story with a mix of the intricate plot. This is a good read and I enjoyed it so much.”
 amazon reviewer.
“These are the same unforgettable characters that shared “Life in the Shadows” in “The Bridge” and “Beyond the Black Stump, and tThe Red House.”
“The specter of restored passport control checkpoints and customs at the border with Northern Ireland is contemplated with horror by people here who remember the delays and inefficiencies that the border used to cause in the old days…” From a speech delivered by a Member of the Dáil.

Visit the sights and sounds of Dublin as Mick and Jack set up a sting on a terrorist importing guns into the Republic. When they complete their plans in Dublin, Jack heads to Australia, and Mick spends Christmas with Nicole and her family in Bend, Oregon.

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“Beyond the Black Stump”

“A pulse-pounding thriller of terrorism in Northern Ireland, threats to the Royal Family, confrontations, all leading towards just retribution.” 
Jack, Mick, Mahaney, and Walking Bear are all enjoying a respite from their career pressures when they are alerted to a possible strike on the Royal Family. Mahaney’s recent trip to Northern Ireland to investigate a string of brutal bank robberies has left him suspicious of the SAS and the robberies’ motivations.

Possible action against the Royals by the military has everyone running scared.

The horrors created by those trying to break the Easter Peace Accords are factored into decisions on how to deal with this splinter group within the SAS.

2 Comments

  1. Michael Miller is as tough as his characters. He has lived it and loved it. I’ve known him for many years and watched him evolve into the acclaimed writer he is.

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