A. P. Dunar

Novelist

Warriors of the Blood Feather

A spy thriller drawn from today's headlines.

After a commuter train collides with a Freight train, Naval intelligence officers find out that it was an act of domestic terrorism. Over the next seven years they uncover many such acts by the same group. Finally, one of the terrorists makes a mistake which takes down the nationwide network. The story comes to a climax as Naval intelligence officers race with time to stop a terrorist from bombing an Amtrak train containing 350 passengers including a senator, a general, a millionaire, and their wives.

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Tech

Support

This book highlights Rear Admiral Mathew Douglas as a young officer serving in Naval Intelligence during the cold war days. Matt Douglas is recruited to serve as a technical support technician. He builds, installs and maintains “bugs”. One evening he is pressed into service saving the life of a Russian defector. He reluctantly finds himself becoming more and more often used in the role of a field agent. Matt eventually finds himself serving with a special unit made up of CIA, FBI and U. S. Marshals during the 1968 Chicago Democratic National Convention. The unit uncovers a Russian plot to supply guns to the convention protesters.

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  To Kill a Pope

Cardinal Karol Wojtyla visited America twice before he became Pope John Paul 2.  He made many friends and thousands of fans on those trips.  He also made enemies of Communists and Nazis because of his strong opposition to what they stood for.

In 1976 he returned to America as the first non-Italian Pope of the Catholic Church in 400 years.  During this trip Matt Douglas and his group uncover a plot to kill Pope John Paul the second.

Is it the Nazis, Russians or members of his own Church?   Naval Intelligence works overtime to find out and keep the him alive.