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Kiss Me Twice: A Novel

Thomas Maxwell

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[ No Hassle 30 Day Returns ][ Ships Daily ] [ Underlining/Highlighting: NONE ] [ Writing: NONE ] [ Edition: First ] Publisher: Mysterious Press Pub Date: 10/1/1988 Binding: Hardcover Pages: 292 First edition. Bookseller Inventory # 2285105

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Title: Kiss Me Twice: A Novel

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Lew Cassidy is stunned by the reappearance of his wife Karin, who he feared had been killed in the bombing of Cologne, and by a U.S. Army intelligence officers request for his help in preventing a rebirth of Naziism in post-war North America

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Thomas Eugene Gifford (1937-2000) was a best-selling American author of thriller novels. He gained international fame with the suspense novel The Wind Chill Factor and later with the Vatican-based thriller The Assassini. Born in Dubuque, Iowa, he moved to Minnesota after graduating from Harvard. After eight years as a traveling textbook salesman, he wrote Benchwarmer Bob (1974), a biography of Minnesota Vikings defensive end Bob Lurtsema. The Wind Chill Factor (1975), a novel about dark dealings among ex-Nazis, introduced John Cooper, a character whom Gifford would revisit in The First Sacrifice (1994). 

Gifford was nominated for an Edgar Award for The Cavanaugh Quest (1976) and The Glendower Legacy (1978), a story about an academic who discovers that George Washington may have been a British spy. The novel was a success, and was adapted for into a film called Dirty Tricks (1981), starring Elliott Gould. In the 1980’s Gifford wrote suspense novels under the pen names Thomas Maxwell and Dana Clarins. In 1996 he moved back to Dubuque to renovate his childhood home. There he wrote a weekly column in the Telegraph Herald entitled "Jazzbo of Old Dubuque." He died of cancer in 2000.

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