To Live and Spy In Berlin (John Sand Book 3) by Max Allan Collins and Matthew V. Clemens
INVOKING THE BEST OF THE ORIGINAL JAMES BOND SPY THRILLERS.
1963 – It is rumored John Sand was the basis for a certain famous fictional spy created by an old colleague of his at his writing retreat in Jamaica. It’s also believed that Sand has exchanged espionage for a cushy life as an energy company executive working for his oil-heiress bride, Stacey.
Sand is now at work for a new international agency headed up by his former MI6 boss, with both John and Stacey—who has been trained to work with her husband side by side. Together, they have been assigned to recover a cache of stolen uranium, while also discovering what a bunch of not-so-former Nazis are up to in South America. Joining in the hunt is Sand’s former lover, Charlotte DuBois, a French agent as lovely as she is deadly.
Their bullet-blazing adventures take them from Switzerland to Argentina, and from the casinos of Las Vegas casinos to the docks of Buenos Aires, with the very real possibility of ending up in the historic bunkers beneath the Berlin wall—on the brink of World War III...