MacGregor

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Zumaya Publications LLC, 2006 - Fiction - 208 pages
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Addison Mizner Flagler Titus Broward MacGregor has roots buried deep in Florida soil, and given his choice he'd spend his days enjoying the sand and surf and the pleasures of Boca Raton. Unfortunately, too many years on the dark side as a CIA operative have given him a need to help when no one else will. When his housekeeper's granddaughter is kidnapped, it's a given Mac will step in. Before too long he's a target for a pair of ruthless, if somewhat clumsy, killers whose one assignment is to make sure he doesn't live long enough to discover a secret plan, condoned by the CIA, to use kidnapped children as bribes to gain the cooperation of third-world dictators. Time is running out as Mac enlists the help of his frog-obsessed cousing, Mad Albert, to track down the kidnapper's lair before the children are shipped offshore to a fate straight out of a horror movie.

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Former spook for the Company, MacGregor (Company men never retire) is related to nearly everyone in Florida and he goes to the wall for his (friends and) relatives. When his housekeeper's ... Read full review

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About the author (2006)

The son of a CIA operative, ALLAN COLE was raised in Europe and the Far East. A former investigative reporter, his novels include the landmark science fiction series Sten, the acclaimed fantasy trilogy Tales Of The Timuras and the Vietnam War classic A Reckoning For Kings. His book The Far Kingdoms was a finalist in the British fantasy awards. Allan has sold more than a 150 television dramas, ranging from Quincy and The Rockford Files to Walker, Texas Ranger. He lives in Boca Raton, Florida, with his wife, Kathryn.

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