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Winner Lose All: A Spy vs Spy Thriller, by William F. Brown
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314 pages, with a 4.5-star rating from 105 reviews

"5 stars! An exciting, riveting read that explores courage and treachery, love and fear. Another crackerjack novel of World War II, following last year's Amongst My Enemies. The reader is right there, carried along for one wild, breathtaking ride." -- Amazon reviewer

"5 Stars! I have read all of William Brown's e-books and can say that all are great reads. The way Brown combines his military knowledge, his familiarity with European villages and his ability to create very real characters into the world of espionage in a time that was near the end of WWII is remarkable." -- Amazon reviewer
A historical suspense thriller set in the closing months of WWII, as one war grinds to an end in the rubble of Nazi Germany, all eyes turn to the next 'cold' one. The Americans, the Russians, and the British all know that the future belongs to whomever can grab the new rockets, jet fighters, long-range bombers, synthetic fuels and other 'wonder weapons' that Hitler unleashed upon them. Those will shape the balance of world power for decades to come. It is also the story of the torrid but impossible romance between Ed Scanlon, a brilliant, young, American OSS agent and Hanni Steiner, the gritty, street-smart leader of the communist resistance cell in Leipzig. They now find themselves on opposite ends of an international tug of war over the plans for Germany's revolutionary Me-262 jet fighter and the scientists who designed and built it. To succeed, they must not only outwit each other, they must stay one-step ahead of Otto Dietrich, the sadistic Gestapo Chief of Leipzig, who has plans of his own. The stakes in this suspense and mystery thriller could not be higher. Once-bitter enemies are tomorrow's allies, old friends cannot to be trusted, and lies, double-dealing, action and adventure, spy versus spy, and treachery are the norm. Driven by the uncompromising dictates of historical characters such as Josef Stalin, Lavrenti Beria, Allen Dulles, Heinrich Himmler, and Winston Churchill, it is succeed or die, and the winner will indeed lose all. Combining the best of action romance and World War II historical fiction, this fast-paced murder mystery will resonate.

If you like good fiction books, put this new fast-moving, action adventure mystery thriller in your Cart. It is from the author of The Undertaker, Amongst My Enemies, Thursday at Noon, and his newest, Aim True, My Brothers. Enjoy!

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I am the author of six mystery and suspense novels, five of which have been released as e-books to date, all five of which have also been released as audio books on Audible, the Amazon and ITunes subsidiary.

Aim True, My Brothers, my newest, has 24 Five Star! Reviews out of 28, a 4.8 average. It is a contemporary, American political action thriller, as Middle East terrorism explodes on American shores. Ibrahim Al-Bari is a skilled Hamas commander who has battled Americans in Iraq and Afghanistan and now takes his private war to the heart of the American government itself -- and the clock is ticking. It can be found at

The Undertaker, is a snarky, fun, fast-paced domestic thriller with a slug of humor, romance, and stark terror! Someone with a sharp scalpel and an embalming table is planting bodies und other people's names. If Pete Talbott doesn't stop them, he'll be next on the list. It has already garnered a 4.3 rating on 170 Kindle reviews, including 84 Five-Stars and a 4.3 Star average. Check it out at

Amongst My Enemies, with a 4.3 rating on 167 Kindle reviews, including and 95 Five-Stars, is a fast-paced Cold War action adventure story filled with international intrigue, espionage, revenge, and an old German U-boat filled with a fortune in gold bars, treasure, and a secret that will tear NATO apart. You can find it at

Thursday at Noon, a Joan Kahn Book published by St. Martin's Press in hardback, in paperback by Harlequin's Gold Eagle, is set in Egypt in 1962 and deals with murder, espionage, an Army coup, and new rockets aimed at the heart of Israel. Reviewed favorably in the "New Yorker" and other major publications it was released as an e-book and already has a 4.4 rating on 92 Kindle reviews, including 49 Five-Stars! You can find it at

Winner Lose All, has a 4.5 rating on 104 Kindle reviews, including 66 Five-Stars! It is set in the closing months of WWII. As one war winds down, all eyes are on the next one, it is a tale of fast-moving international suspense and espionage. As alliances begin to shift, old enemies become tomorrow's friends, and everyone wants their piece of the revolutionary new German weapons technologies. It can be found at

In addition to the novels, I've written four award-winning screenplays. Preview Chapters from all six suspense novels, can be found on my web site

If you like Amongst My Enemies, set against the backdrop of WW II and the Cold Wart, you might also like The Undertaker -- a different story and different style, but I think just as good -- a contemporary story told in the 1st person with action, ,adventure, suspense, and mystery. You might also like Thursday at Noon, an international suspense thriller set in Egypt in 1962, Winner Lose All, a spy vs spy espionage thriller set in the clsing days of WW II, as alliances begin to shift and no one can be trusted, and Aim True, My Brothers, a contemporary suspense thriller when Middle East terror visits the shores of America. Check them out on their Kindle Pages!

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