Brian Bern has set out to chronicle the espionage adventures of the Knight family in a series of spy novels. Due to the sensitive nature of the subject matter, his identity and whereabouts must remain secret.
A Note from the Author:
I realize the above doesn't really tell you much. The thing is, I can't really tell you the usual stuff: how old I am, where I live, my profession. Not now, anyway. Maybe someday we'll get to that. Nevertheless, I still think you can get to know me.
* I like to read books, lots of them, especially spy novels. * I had a paper route when I was 8 years old. * I once ate nothing but pretzels for two straight days. And no, I was not lost in the woods at the time. * I believe sharing makes life more fun. * I believe success is earning respect from the people you most admire. * I believe life's greatest gifts do not come in a box. * More than anything else in life, I am proud of who my friends are. I admire them greatly, and they have chosen to make me their friend.
Sword of Damocles (Cade Knight)
by Brian Bern
Cade Knight was born into a family of spies. Espionage is in his blood. Cade helped his father design the J-Phone, the most significant invention in the history of spy craft-complete with Eavesdropper, Impersonator, and Hacker apps. Together, they customized a J-Phone for the president of the United States, enabling him to launch...
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