The Walfran Documents

The Walfran Documents

by Richard L. Cave

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Corporal Michael Culpepper, USMC, gets recruited by Naval Intelligence for a spy mission that winds up changing the rest of his life. He discovers something that puts his life in danger, and a mysterious and beautify woman calling herself Captain Lois Roland, USMC, rescues him by having him die in a hospital. Roland is discovered to be an operative of the CIA, and she gives Michael a new identity as Earl Elkin. Together they try to find the identity of a Paul Walfran, who is suspected to work with a North Korean spy ring run by someone known as Myung-Ki, whom nobody ever sees. A man using the name, Ferris Steele, somehow steals the Wolfran documents, and is suspected of offering them for sale to North Korea. Elkin's and Roland's adventures take them to Seoul, Taipei, Vienna, and Florence. In the process they discover that they have fallen in love with each other.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940149057344
Publisher: Richard L. Cave
Publication date: 11/02/2013
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 278 KB

About the Author

Richard L Cave is a retired university professor. He is a graduate of Harding University, University of Memphis Law School, and the University of Tennessee, with a Ph.D. in psychology. He has taught at Oklahoma Christian University, Freed-Hardeman University, and International University of Vienna, Austria. He has lecture in Florence, Italy, Verviers, Belgium, Moscow, Russia, and Ufa, Russia. He was a corporal in the Marine Corps, a missionary to Brazil, and an ad salesman for the Memphis newspaper. He is the author of several novels, and three children's books.

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