The Wind From New Jersey
The Wind From New Jersey

The Wind From New Jersey

IHP0839

John Michell

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Framed against the Allied occupation of postwar Germany, the emerging Cold War and a classic English poem, The Wind From New Jersey is a story set in an era when mental illness was considered a sign of weakness. It traces the lives of two young Englishmen, the emotionally disturbed spy Daniel Lincoln and the narcissistic criminal Ronald Hunt.


The Berlin Wall of 1961 has curtailed Western espionage in East Germany. In 1964 Britain’s MI6 and the American CIA plot to rectify this. But MI6 has a secret agenda.

Daniel and Ronald become embroiled in separate but interdependent games of no-win Cold War cat and mouse. While all the while, as Daniel’s untreated illness rages,
friend battles friend as much as foe.

A taut, stealthily seductive psychological tale of intrigue and human frailty, The Wind From New Jersey is a book perfect for lovers of gritty, edge of your seat espionage thrillers.

Product Details:

Format: Paperback (Perfect Bound)
Dimensions: 152mm x 228mm
Pages: 294 pgs

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trevor mcmahon

The latest and greatest from John S Michell. Wonderful grasp of the details.

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