Comedian Spy Tommy Malloy is Back
New from James Dudley, the sequel to the 1950s spy caper Clown Prince of Paris has just been released: The Clown Prince of Kowloon.
Here's the blurb:
It is 1957, and comedian Tommy Malloy has received the biggest break of his career, the leading role in the epic musical-comedy film "Hong Kong Harry." While filming on location in Hong Kong, he is tasked by the CIA with a simple but important mission; to approach a series of local smugglers with an offer to sell bootleg films in mainland China, and evaluate their performances for the purpose of future CIA use.
Meanwhile, it is a time of crisis for British Intelligence. A communist rebellion is afoot in Malaya, and shipments of British weapons intended for the Malayan government keep going missing.
As MI6’s finest officers desperately seek answers, their high-stakes mission collides with Tommy’s amateurish one as they uncover the strands of a plot more dangerous than they can possibly imagine. Once again, the fate of global stability falls into the unlikeliest of hands.
By the way, both of these books are absolute steals. The Clown Prince of Kowloon is only $1.99 and the prequel Clown Prince of Paris is only 99c!*
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