Item description for Spookaroonie by Robert Eringer...
After experiencing a mysterious vision, high-tech billionaire Jim Riddle is on a mission to find the truth. He is offering megabucks for the REAL story behind everything from UFOs to the Kennedy assassination. Enter Jeff Dalkin, an ex-FBI agent, who suffers from Tourette's Syndrome and looks exactly like Bruce Willis. Hired by the secretive Harvey Kimbach to fulfill Riddle's request, Dalkin soon finds his life complicated by a second assignment.
The assistant director of the FBI has a problem, and Dalkin is the solution. Former CIA official Miles Stolhman has turned up in Havana, suffering from paranoid delusions. Has he been kidnapped? Is he a traitor? Dalkin must risk his life and liberty to find out.
As events reach a climax, Dalkin finds more questions than answers. Why is Kimbach so evasive about the source of the data he gives to Dalkin? Is Riddle hiding a secret of his own? What shocking revelations are contained in Stolhman's diary?
Spurred on by visions of huge financial rewards, Dalkin becomes the target of a global manhunt, with the CIA, the FBI, Cuban intelligence agents, and Libyan thugs hot on his trail.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.72" Width: 5.78" Height: 0.86" Weight: 0.86 lbs.
Release Date Aug 1, 2001
Publisher Corinthian Books
ISBN 1929175272 ISBN13 9781929175277
Availability 0 units.
More About Robert Eringer
Robert Eringer has had a wide-ranging career as a private intelligence consultant, undercover operative, journalist, novelist, editor, and literary agent. Before going undercover for the FBI, he was an investigative reporter, once infiltrating the Ku Klux Klan. Since parting with the Bureau, Eringer has created and directed an intelligence service for Prince Albert II of Monaco. He divides his time among London, Monte Carlo, Washington, D.C., and Santa Barbara. His website is www.roberteringer.com.