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Endgame in Berlin

By William Harrington

A compelling tale of two former Cold Warriors, their lives and their loves, as they face off on the American-Soviet conflict’s new front: industrial espionage.

The Soviet Union’s Council of Ministers is well aware that for all their military clout, their economy is that of a Third World nation. They recruit Colonel Nikolai Kalinin – weary, disillusioned, but a still loyal KGB operative – to infiltrate a multinational research corporation based in Berlin and steal the blueprint of a revolutionary new computer chip.

Given the assignment of preventing the chip from falling into the wrong hands is Russ Tobin, a former Berlin Station Chief and now a senior CIA intelligence analyst, whose lethal rivalry with Kalinin goes far beyond the now-defunct ideology that once divided their nations…

So begins Endgame in Berlin, not only a complex, fast-paced thriller, but also, due to the thorough research for which all William Harrington’s novels are noted, an intriguing and convincing portrait of agents on both sides of the dismantled Berlin Wall as they struggle to find their niches in today’s “new world order.”

WILLIAM HARRINGTON is a computer consultant, licensed pilot, attorney and the author of fifteen previous novels, including Virus, Oberst, For the Defense and The English Lady. He makes his home in Cos Cob, Connecticut.

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