Riley and the Great War

Riley and the Great War

by James Anderson O'Neal

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Overview

Quiet, intense, and deadly, Riley is fated never to live the respectable life he convinces himself he craves. Smart, witty, and cocky, Cornelius fancies himself a lover, though he’s actually a bit of a bastard. Together, they’re a force to be reckoned with.

George Patton takes them to meet Pancho Villa. Winston Churchill dines with them. A mysterious secret agent targets them, forcing one to spy on Rosa Luxemburg and the other into a fixed boxing match refereed by a young fascist with a Charlie Chaplin mustache. Codebreakers, torturers, soldiers, lovers, even a daschund and a tiger — all of these figure into their adventures.

Riley and Cornelius’ lives trace the twists and turns of the Twentieth Century down unheard-of avenues. That is, assuming you believe them.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781988915050
Publisher: Three Ocean Press
Publication date: 04/16/2018
Series: The Riley Series , #1
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 366
File size: 669 KB

About the Author

James Anderson O'Neal defended many major manufacturers in class actions, mass torts, and complex product liability cases during a long career as a trial lawyer, winning recognition as a Fellow in the prestigious American College of Trial Lawyers. Currently, he is Vice Chair of the Advocates for Human Rights, a non-profit that implements international human rights standards.

Along with the Riley series, O'Neal is writing a novel set in Liberia, inspired by his human rights work there. He and his wife Sally split their time between the Twin Cities and Lake Vermilion, Minnesota.

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