Gene Stackelberg

Gene Stackelberg

“Gene Stackelberg” was the pseudonym of Arthur Eugene Adams (1917-2007), a former soldier who became a professor of Russian history & a CIA consultant. He also wrote fiction (Quimby, Special Agent, Moscow Nights, etc) & non-fiction (An Atlas of Russian and East European History, Stalin & His Times, etc) & was an administrator at Ohio State University.

 

Books by Gene Stackelberg

Double Agent

Double Agent

Bill McLean is an unjustly disgraced CIA agent who desperately tries to clear his name by hunting down a rogue Russian spy in London. To pull it off, McLean must navigate a mine field of  foreign agents, betrayals, conspiracies, lies, and murder.

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