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Return to the Cold War, when the spy game was played across the globe by the CIA and the KGB. The stakes were high and the cost of failure was often death. The specter of nuclear war loomed, and communist infiltration threatened to take over the free world. John McCann invites his readers to return to the old days, the bad days, the all-or-nothing days to witness a duplicitous game of intrigue and espionage where The Triangular Trap will be sprung.
The Triangular Trap is set in the Cold War at its coldest. Agents struggle to curb rampant Soviet expansionism and curtail the communists’ dreams of world domination. The fight is hard, for the Russians have with them the largest and most sophisticated intelligence network in the world, but there is one telltale gap in the vision of Moscow’s all-seeing eye: the Bermuda Triangle.
Even the Soviets fear to cross this enigmatic body of water, a place known to be a twilight zone of lost ships and vanished seamen. The secrets of the Triangle continue to vex agents from both sides, yet these mysteries may hold the key to the free world’s salvation. It is here that one of the greatest battles of the Cold War will be fought, unseen, unheard and unsung.
Mystery, suspense, and intrigue await readers in McCann’s gripping Cold War spy thriller. They will witness an invisible war between the secret agents of the KGB and the CIA play out in Bermuda, where the unaware will find themselves ensnared by The Triangular Trap.
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About the Author
John McCann is married, has four grown sons, and three grand-daughters. He retired from the airline industry. McCann is a graduate of New York Community College and is currently interested in Fine Arts/Visual Arts at the University of Texas in Arlington.
The Triangular Trap * by John J McCann
Publication Date: March 20, 2013
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