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Inconspicuous: Walter Rothwell's Undercover Journey During the Cold War Paperback – November 24, 2015
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More recently, I innocently befriended a neighbor, Walter Rothwell. Unknowingly, Our encounters turned into hours of chatting with Wally about his own journey. I had no idea I lived near a spy ... not just a spy of consequence but one with a story worth telling!
So, I present to you Wally's journey ... Inconspicuous.
Wes Choc, Author
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I look forward to the authors next writing endeavors, perfect well thought out prose & way in which he describes each character so well. Happy Holidays!
Sadly one of the last of his generation.
The Pacific war part is short but violent and shapes the main character's, Lt. Frank Russell, life forever. A major turning point is when a newsreel photographer is killed and Lt. Russell was seriously wounded. Even in his wounded state he tried to save the photographer but there was no chance. However he did retrieve his mini duffel bag containing camera and film. Some time later Mr. Russell is now out of the Army hospital and a civilian again. He decides to take the photographer's bag to the newsreel studio near his home in Los Angeles. During this period he impresses the studio folks with is work ethic, determination to do a good deed and ability to get along with the staff at the studio. So they hire him.
Long story short; he advances up the ladder at the studio and romances the top female actor while doing so. They become more involved with both each other and the jobs they have. However, a bit later - in the most Agatha Christi style - a murder takes place. To find out "who done it!' you gotta read the book. It is a really good read and looking forward to the sequel.
I enjoyed this book. I have read both books by the Author and think \
that he is very talented. Enjoy, GS