Colonel Don Wilson Returns Readers to World of Operative Bowman in New Novel

"Code Name: Spirit" continues story of agent known as Spirit, with thrills and political intrigue galore.

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Featuring strong Christian undertones, “Code Name: Spirit” aims to not only thrill readers, but help get the country back to a state Wilson says the founding fathers would recognize.

Lakewood, WA (PRWEB) August 04, 2014

Hunter William Bowman, known by the codename William Tell, has found himself in danger once again. This time, the danger is so great he must abandon his previous codename and adopt a new one: Spirit.

Author Colonel Don Wilson’s first book, “Code Name: William Tell,” introduced readers to Hunter William Bowman, an agent and magnet for danger. Wilson returns readers to his exciting world in his sequel, “Code Name: Spirit” (published by WestBow Press).

“Code Name: Spirit” follows the operative known as Spirit as he attempts to take down numerous threats to the United States. Featuring strong Christian undertones, “Code Name: Spirit” aims to not only thrill readers, but help get the country back to a state Wilson says the founding fathers would recognize.

An excerpt from “Code Name: Spirit”:

“He would have to assess the situation on the ground and concoct a scheme to succeed in his mission using his highly developed imagination and sheer audacity as circumstances developed before him. He was not a super-hero yet--just a man faced with difficult situations that required quick, on-the-spot decisions and fast action to create a situation his enemy would fall into believing their misfortune was entirely accidental.”

“Code Name: Spirit”
By Colonel Don Wilson
Hardcover | 6 x 9 in | 164 pages | ISBN 9781490832821
Softcover | 6 x 9 in | 164 pages | ISBN 9781490832814
E-Book | 164 pages | ISBN 9781490832807
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble

About the Author:

A service career became the fulfillment of a boyhood dream for Colonel Don Wilson, having been born of a navy family. At 84, he has been exposed to life situations that made indelible impressions, many of which are related in his writing.

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