Author Max Taylor's New Release Brings You Secrets of a ‘Shadow Warrior'

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Inside the mind of an intelligence special operations veteran.

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Many Americans believe that the war on terror began in 2001 - but our country has been fighting terror overseas for decades.

Many think the world of special intelligence operations is a work in fiction, simply made up for Hollywood and Ian Fleming novels. But this is the world that former special operations serviceman and debut author J. Max Taylor lived in for almost a decade.

Inspired by a deep dedication to his fallen comrades and a desire to help fellow veterans today (profits from the book will help fund American Legion programs for wounded warriors and homeless veterans), Taylor brings readers Inside the World of Mirrors: The Story of a Shadow Warrior.

This gripping memoir provides a compelling account of a world few people even knew existed: “The World of Mirrors”. This was the name given to the secretive domain that Taylor worked inside during the “hottest” Cold War from 1968-1976.

“Many Americans believe that the war on terror began in 2001”, says Taylor. “But our country has been fighting terror overseas for decades. This book was written to honor those who have been ignored, denied and forgotten.”

For more information, visit http://www.authorhouse.com/bookstore.

Inside the World of Mirrors: The Story of a Shadow Warrior
By Max Taylor
ISBN: 978-1-4817-1858-5

About the author
J. Max Taylor was born in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma in 1948. He was drafted into the military in 1967 and accepted a position within US Army intelligence special operations, a decision that would alter the course of his life.

Taylor was medically retired in 1976, after 83 missions, with a condition now known as PTSD. After his time in the military he became a successful businessman and now resides in Phoenix, Arizona with his wife Dorothy.

All profits from Inside the World of Mirrors will be used to help fund programs for the American Legion program for wounded warriors and homeless veterans.

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