Author John Charles Stalter’s new book “Jimmy Baund and the Holy Figurine: A Fictional Spy Spoof” is a rollicking satire inspired by his trip to France in December 2016

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Recent release “Jimmy Baund and the Holy Figurine: A Fictional Spy Spoof” from Page Publishing author John Charles Stalter is a comical spy novel about a seventy-two-year-old American version of England’s James Bond who’s been called back into action out of retirement.

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John Charles Stalter, a widowed US Navy veteran, small business owner, and father of three who was raised in Washington State, has completed his new book “Jimmy Baund and the Holy Figurine: A Fictional Spy Spoof”: lighthearted globetrotting adventure that keeps the pages turning until the satisfying conclusion.

John writes, “SSSO Agent 0077, Jimmy Baund offers intrigue, mystery, laughter, and betrayals in abundance. Plus, lots of excitement in Paris, DC, NY, Monte Carlo, Barcelona, and Moscow…Meanwhile, Annie Baund Wins Big! Millions of Euros at the casino in Monte Carlo. It’s a Trump & Putin scheme to increase their poll numbers!”

Published by Page Publishing, John Charles Stalter’s engrossing tale is a little bit Ian Fleming, some Peter Sellers, a touch of North by Northwest, and a little seasoning from the Maltese Falcon.

Readers who wish to experience this engaging work can purchase “Jimmy Baund and the Holy Figurine: A Fictional Spy Spoof” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes Store, Amazon, Google Play, or Barnes and Noble.

For additional information or media inquiries, contact Page Publishing at 866-315-2708.

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