Michael R. Davidson was raised in the Mid-West. Heeding President Kennedy’s call for more young Americans to learn Russian he studied the language, and military service took him to the White House where he served as translator for the Moscow-Washington “Hotline.” His language abilities attracted the attention of the Central Intelligence Agency, and following his military service Mr. Davidson spent the next 28 years as a Clandestine Services officer. Seventeen of those years were spent abroad in a variety of sensitive posts working against the Soviet Union and the Warsaw Pact. In the private sector he worked as a business owner and security and economic development consultant before devoting full time to his writing.
Did the Cold War end or did the KGB find a way to retain its
power and dominate the new Russian Federation? "Harry's Rules" is
an espionage thriller set against the backdrop of post-Soviet
Russia in the early 1990's. Written by a veteran of CIA's
Clandestine Services, the novel exposes the chilling and
authentic sources of the power and the abiding malice of the
people who rule Russia today.
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The Inquisitor and the Maiden: Caliphate
In 1492 victorious King Fernando of Aragon forces the daughter of
the last Muslim ruler in Andalusia to become his concubine as a
gesture of "reconciliation." The product of their coupling, a
secret Muslim with an abiding hatred for his father, founds a
line that nurtures the flame of vengeance through the
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