Wednesday, November 2, 2011

A Spy at Home

A Spy at Home
Joseph Rinaldo

Written in first person, the book appears to be an autobiography of a retired CIA agent. He begins his story by telling how he came into a fortune of approx. 10 million dollars. He lives with his wife and a son with Downs Syndrome.

The story was well written and I liked the way the author kept the feel of an autobiography through out the book. The son with Downs Syndrome was portrayed very accurately, I felt. The details seemed correct and the story was fun to read, even when the subject matter was a little heavy.
This isn't your typical spy novel, but it is just as good.

I received this book free of charge in exchange for my honest review.

1 comment:

jmrinaldo said...

Thanks, Tima. I'd just like to add the buy link for the book:

Again, thanks so much for featuring my book!