The Burma Effect: A Frank Delaney Thriller 2
Sometimes an obsession can become a death wish …
In the second Frank Delaney thriller, the Montreal-based investigative journalist and sometime spy is assigned by the Canadian Security Intelligence Service to locate one of their agents gone missing in Bangkok.
The search for Nathan Kellner, a bohemian bon vivant with a taste for young women and a variety of illicit substances, brings Delaney first to London, then to Thailand and Burma, where evidence points to an elaborate plot to destabilize the Burmese military regime. Untangling that plot thrusts Delaney directly into the line of fire between the generals at the head of Burma’s all-powerful junta and those who would use any means to see them overthrown.
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Michael E. Rose
Michael Rose is the former Chief of Communications and Publications for Interpol in Lyon, France. He puts that experience, and his 25 years as a journalist and foreign correspondent before that, to good use in his acclaimed thriller writing. He has written three novels so far in his Frank Delaney spy series, and another is on the way. His work and personal travel have taken him to 75 countries. That itinerary included a series of trouble spots, including Nicaragua, Guatemala, …