Wednesday, February 14, 2018

Book Review: 'Assignment' by Craig A. Hart


Iowa author Craig A. Hart is both a writer and an editor: he has served as editor-in-chief for The Rusty Nail literary magazine, as manager for Sweatshoppe Media, and director of Northern Illinois Radio Information Service, an outreach that brought daily news and information to the visually impaired. His works have been published in The Orange Room Review, Voices, The Stray Branch, Red Poppy Review, The Mindful Word, Inclement, Right Hand Pointing, 7x20 Magazine, among others. In addition to writing fiction Craig has published self help manuals on writing and critiques of other writers’ works. Craig co-authors this espionage series with New York author Scott James (S.J.) Varengo, a man who attended Fordham University and the State University of New York at Potsdam with a degree in Art History. While both men are successful while writing individually, their combined talents make this series ASSIGNMENT ADVENTURE: A SPYCO NOVELLA ring with a fresh combination of unique locales and espionage.

Book 6 of the series takes us to Dunlin and includes the synopsis: – ‘Assignment: Dublin - It was supposed to be a simple training mission. But it didn't turn out that way. When Agents Archer and Fox undertake the field training for SpyCo's newest recruit, they could never have imagined how wrong things could go. A familiar foe has come into view, bringing along a new and dangerous threat. With Burke and Perry temporarily out of action, reinforcements are not an option, leaving the training team on their own against ever-mounting odds. The action runs fast and fierce in this blazing new addition to the SpyCo thriller series. New dangers, higher stakes, more evil villains...and somebody won't make it out alive.’

The novella may be short in length but long on action, ASSIGNMENT DUBLIN continues to reveal two exceptional authors, and an array of keen SpyCo tales that make this a spine tingling series of novellas. Grady Harp, February 18








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