by. Singerman, Philip.
by. Undercover operations, Conspiracies.
Philip Singerman is the author of An American Hero: The Red Adair Story and the novel Prancing Tiger. He has worked as a journalist, TV producer, advertising copywriter, housebuilder, and bartender, and holds a black belt in Shorin Ryu Okinawan karate. A native of Vermont, he now lives in Florida. Other books in the series. Roland Troy (2 books). Books by Philip Singerman. Mor. rivia About Proof Positive.
Book in the Roland Troy Series). This book is a must-read. One of the best I've come across this year, and I do read a lot. Singerman has a nice, easy style. This work is a page-turner
Book in the Roland Troy Series). This work is a page-turner. The story, the characters, and the locales are all believable. I'm hoping the wait for his next book won't be too long. Published by Thriftbooks. com User, 18 years ago. See story summary above. I was hooked from page one! This book has everything I like. Suspense, thrills, international locales, and most of all a writing style that fits the story.
Praise for Proof Positive. A deliciously intriguing conspiracy.
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FREE shipping on qualifying offers. Then you can start reading Kindle books on your smartphone, tablet, or computer - no Kindle device required. A roller-coaster ride of sex and violence that careens along at tremendous speed. Petersburg Times It's a setup pure.
1st ed. by Philip Singerman. A Tom Doherty Associates book. Published 2001 by Forge in New York.
Proof Positive" is a short story by Graham Greene written in 1930 and first published in 1931 as the winner of the first prize (10 Guineas) in a newspaper ghost story competition. The story was collected in Greene's 1947 collection Nineteen Stories. The story was inspired by Edgar Allan Poe's short story "The Facts in the Case of M. Valdemar" (1845).