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“Saying no to the CIA was the best decision I ever made”

Roland Perry‘s spy-writing has been praised for its authenticity and his new novel, The Assassin on the Bangkok Express, is no exception. In a chat with Channel Seven’s The Daily Edition this afternoon, Roland talked about the many times he has been approached over the years by spy agencies to work for them, and why he is glad he turned them down. Nevertheless, this close contact with the world of ‘spooks’ has given Roland a unique insight into a secret world to the great benefit of his fiction.

The Assassin on the Bangkok Express is onsale now from the wonderful Aussie small publisher Wild Dingo Press.

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