An End to Ordinary History: Comments on a Philosophical Novel
Golf in the Kingdom author Michael Murphy’s Cold War thriller, based on true events Someone is tracking Darwin Fall, a scholar whose expertise in supernormal powers is second to none. As Darwin begins a search of his own for the legendary Soviet spy Vladimir Kirov, he uncovers a secret network of spies, scientists, and rogue agents working together to harness the occult powers that could put “an end to ordinary history.” Michael Murphy, a master of fusing fact and fiction, deftly uses his characters to blur the lines between the ordinary and the mysterious, between what is real and what is possible.
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