Murry Peterson: Iron Curtain

Murry Peterson: Iron Curtain

by Richard S. Hartmetz

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Overview

After narrowly averting General Zarkov's plan to kill millions of people and the President of the United States at the 1984 Olympic Games in Los Angeles, Murry Peterson barely has time to recover from the death of another teammate. She is kidnapped by the CIA and taken to a secret training facility, where she finally receives the same training an adult agent receives, including how to kill.

Approached by the corrupt section chief, MacGuffin, Murry allows him to believe that she will work with him. Meanwhile, the team is sent to Europe, as exchange students to track down Zarkov.

Little does Murry know that Zarkov, now critically injured from their last encounter, is tracking her as well. While in England, she discovers an old friend of her grandfathers, as well as an old enemy; the man who was responsible for his murder.

She also learns that Zarkov has a plan to destroy the government of Great Britain and that someone in the CIA might be involved. Who, if anyone, can she trust, especially when she becomes trapped in East Berlin, with the only hope of escape being a ghost from her own past? Can Murry Peterson survive her encounter behind the Iron Curtain?

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781478166658
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 06/30/2012
Pages: 266
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.56(d)

About the Author

Richard Stephen Hartmetz was born in Rochester, NY on February 9, 1965. Richard has degrees in Computer Science, Special Education and Psychology.

He spend many years as a teacher in the Rochester City School District, East Irondequoit, St. Margaret Mary School and the School of the Holy Childhood where he was known as "Mr. H." He is now the CEO of Starry Night Publishing.com.

Richard is also the author of "Murry Peterson: Spy Game," "Marvin!, Marvin!, Marvin!," "Hurray For Marvin," "Super-Marvin," and "Marvin and Ted," which are currently available from Amazon.com, Barnes & Noble.com, Starry Night Publishing.com and many other fine booksellers.

He wrote his first story, entitled "The Dog Catcher is Coming," when he was only six years old and has been writing since, also teaching several writing workshops.

You may connect with Richard, Murry Peterson and Starry Night Publishing on Facebook and at www.starrynightpublishing.com.

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