Sterling Noel

Sterling Noel

Sterling Noel (1903-1984) was an American author and journalist who wrote a handful of pulp and espionage novels, including the then controversial “near future” thriller I See Red and a post-apocalyptic, science-fiction tale We Who Survived. His novel Intrigue in Paris (aka Storm Over Paris) became the 1956 movie Triple Deception (aka House of Secrets). He wrote the screenplay for the 1957 Alec Guinness film To Paris With Love.

 

Books by Sterling Noel

RUN FOR YOUR LIFE

RUN FOR YOUR LIFE

Banker Randall McCarey is an extremely dangerous ex-spy, skilled in handling a variety of weapons and lethal women, who is drafted by the CIA for a secret mission in France tied to his work in counter-espionage during the war … and who is targeted for death from the moment he lands.

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I SEE RED

I SEE RED

It’s 1955. Pete LaSalle is a retired spy who is recruited by a secret U.S. counter-espionage agency to find a rogue atomic scientist with a troubling, personal connection to his past. The action rockets from Florida to New York, and on to Mexico. Along the way, LaSalle is framed for murder and teams up with his ex-wife to stop a horrific plot in a race against time that climaxes in a breathtaking finale of non-stop, pulse-pounding action. 

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I KILLED STALIN

I KILLED STALIN

The Year – 1959. The place – Inside Russia. The Plot – Kill the Red Dictator.

A covert, American agency known as “Bureau X” gives U.S. Naval Intelligence agent Alexis Bodine a new face, a new identity, and a suicide mission — infiltrate the Soviet government as a spy, work his way up to Stalin, and assassinate him before World War III begins.

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