The Champa Flowers by Alan Melton
Ivorson in Laos

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The Vietnam War is at its height, and in neighboring Laos, CIA officer Peter Ivorson has been ordered to steal the North Vietnamese diplomatic code cipher from the local embassy. There are some problems: his nerves are shattered by a barely-failed assassination attempt; his USAID cover officer can't stand either the CIA or Ivorson; his all-time best agent is shot to death before his eyes; and the french-vietnamese beauty he's trying to get into bed could be working for the other side. By the time he's up to his waist in the swamp behind the NVN Embassy, with everything on the line, even his own boss is out to get him.

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Published February 5, 2011 by 282 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction, Mystery, Thriller & Suspense. Fiction

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