The day is finally upon us! Bulletproof Spy #3 is finally here. The Fever From Krakow is currently available on Amazon for just 2.99, and soon to be available on Kobo (link to be added as soon as its cleared processing).
BPS 3 is: banter, monsters, Alan’s very queer backstory, and Poland in the 60s, as the boys hunt down stolen Soviet anthrax that’s been turned into something else entirely.
Here’s the new and improved blurb:
Desperate to take down the rogue agents of Soviet Section 6, the KGB has allowed Alan Gable – under the guise of his MI6 alias Gideon Court – to investigate a possible anthrax attack in Krakow, with KGB agent Yulian Komarov.
But he’s on a very tight leash, one that will end with Yulian eliminating him when their work is done. If Alan hasn’t been burned by his own people, that is. Missing his check-in with the OPC has its consequences. He will need to give them something to prove his allegiance still lies with the United States, and that something may be Yulian Komarov.
Yulian has a very different mission in mind: getting Vasily Chekov extracted and home to his wife. But his desperation to save his best friend could prove his undoing. If the aftermath of his short time in the hands of Section 6 don’t destroy him first.
They only have one shot. Failure could mean the end of Yulian and Alan’s careers…and their lives.
The Fever From Krakow is the third book in the Bulletproof Spy series. A winning combination of espionage and the supernatural, the Bulletproof Spy series is action-packed from start to finish, led by kick-butt LGBT characters. It’s The Man From Uncle and Hellboy, shaken not stirred.