Post WWII Spy Thriller
Huntley Associates, Inc. All rights reserved
Dedication: This book is dedicated to the Americans &
Allies who landed on Normandy beaches in WWII and saved
Europe from tyranny. Click here to see some names of current
survivors of the Normandy Invasion as a token of my family's
This book has been written by David E. Huntley.
A spy thriller, but set in some historical context of post WWII
when the world was radically changing geographically,
economically, and technologically.
Some aspects of the story will stir imaginations for some
people and the memories of others.
"David Huntley's novel, Death Watch Beetle, is an engaging,
factually accurate story that drops you deep into the world of
espionage and intrigue. If you love fast paced thrillers, get this
book, sit down and be prepared not to do anything else until the
last page is turned."
-Mike Baker former CIA operations officer, President Diligence,LLC an
international security company, contributor to Fox News on security topics.
"A CAPTIVATING SPY THRILLER SET IN WORLD WAR II AND
EARLY COLD WAR ERA... PUT IT ON YOUR MUST READ
-Dr Robert M. Hicks, Professor of History & Ethics Belhaven
University/Orlando. Retired US Air Force Chaplain of 32 years, Reserve
Officer rank of Colonel, and published author of numerous books.
Colonel Hicks Bio
"Here is an engaging novel of historical fiction, with rapidly
developing plots and thrilling scenarios of espionage. David Huntley
has accurately captured the times and tensions of global
intelligence operations of post-World War II Eastern and Western
Europe, the escalating concerns of the Allied Powers dealing with
the rising Communist Bloc nation in the Soviet Union and Russia,
the blooming Cold War, and the proliferation of the nuclear threat to
What I loved most about the storyline is that it places you in the
middle of the action, as a participatory reader. In many cases,
while reading David Huntley's work I relived much of my own
personal adventures as a military veteran of war and post-war
Huntley is to be commended for having written a thought-provoking,
suspenseful account of one of the most dynamic moments in
history. As this novel takes you over several continents, through
several adventures, with various individuals, you will undoubtedly
come to appreciate the great critical thinking and rhetorical talents
of David Huntley."
James L. Williams, Major General, US Marine Corps (Ret)
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"Donald's journey deep into the heart of a secret, nefarious
organization pays homage to the tireless efforts of World War II
codebreakers, superbly illustrating the ingenuity they employed to
help shape the path of history."
– Kirkus Reviews
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