From Publishers Weekly
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"If any book has better depicted the absurd, maddening and duplicitous world of espionage, it's still classified. Complete with pygmies, prostitutes, popes, presidents, naked spies, missing jackets and parking accommodations for burros--Goodbye Mexico reads like a laundry list of must-have items for any American intelligence officer." -Kevin Hazzard, author of Sleeping Dogs
"A riotous sequel . . . very funny." -Publishers Weekly
"This book is almost too funny to be fiction. Phil Jennings' tales of hilarity and criminality are matched only by the front pages of
America's newspapers, and my laughter only stopped when I wondered: could this be true?" --Nathaniel Fick, former U.S. Marine Captain and author of One Bullet Away
"If you've ever wanted to overthrow a Latin American country with the help of a cool, courage-crazy Marine turned CIA agent -- and what man-jack amongst us, hasn't it? -- then you ought to love this book and the immortal characters of Gearhardt and Jack Armstrong. Here's hoping Major Crenshaw succeeds next time -- (and you'll have to read the book to find out what I mean)."
-- H. W. Crocker III, author of Don't Tread on Me: A 400-Year History of America at War, from Indian Fighting to Terrorist Hunting and the award-winning comic novel The Old Limey