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The Dogs of Lenin

The Dogs of Lenin

by Linda Freeny

About The Book

The DOGS OF LENIN involves a doomed love story about the main characters, Lisa Danton and Grant Chandler. From the moment they met, they knew that each would follow a different path but tried to keep it together because their love was real and overpowering. They spoiled themselves to ever love anyone again. Lisa wanted to be a journalist, and network TV was her goal. Grant, an activist, hated the media and its biases, and the fact that they were unwittingly helping the Russians take America without a shot or a missile. It takes place in the sixties and ends in the nineties, for this is where media bias truly began, not recently as so many believe. While Lisa climbs in her chosen field, Grant joins an underground group whose ideals and beliefs are the same as his own. Through them, he meets a secret government organization left over from the last administration that was never disbanded. He helps a Russian escape from East Berlin, the key to all the Russians planted here as long ago as after WW2 ended. He has the names of all the Russian plants, most of them in very important positions including Lisa's own network. With the entire information ready to reveal to the American public, he and the underground group he still belongs to, needs a conduit to expose it, network news. This is where Lisa comes in because of her past association with Grant. But will she help them, and better yet, can she be trusted, because she is now one of them." 

Publication date May 26,2022
Language English
ISBN (Paperback)
979-8-88622-320-0 (E-BOOK)
Genre Fiction, Thriller/Suspense/Horror
Pages 576
Interior Color Black and White
Book Size 6.000" x 9.000" (229mm x 152mm)

About The Author

Linda Freeny, born and raised in England, has been an American citizen for a long time. She writes in many different genres but has written mostly mysteries and suspense, and always with a surprise ending.  Since she is a fan of “page turners,” she also writes with the intent to make her novels just as compelling. Some of her other novels that are not strictly mysteries,  always have a twist at the end because it makes writing them more challenging, and she loves a challenge.  She also writes screenplays and has adapted a few of her novels into that medium.  Her hobby, along with her husband, is raising German Shepherds for show, and they own and have bred many champions. Her latest book, THE DOGS OF LENIN is a departure from her usual mysteries but is timely and relevant in dealing with Media bias and Russian infiltration. It was heavily researched for almost two years, with many factual details throughout the book.


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