|Spy novel wins award
||[Jul. 24th, 2008|07:24 pm]
It’s not often, these days, to get the news that a spy novel has earned a prestigious award. But Voices Under Berlin, a comic novel by T.H.E. Hill, about the goings-on around the Berlin Tunnel in the early 1960s, was among the award winners at the 2008 Hollywood Book Festival.
If you haven’t yet heard about Voices Under Berlin—which has been favorably compared to the works of Joseph Heller (Catch 22) and Richard Hooker (M*A*S*H)—we’re about to post an extensive interview with Tom along with a choice extract from Voices at Spywise.net. We cannot recommend the book more strongly, and will be pleased to help promote this outstanding contribution to insightful and original espionage humor.
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