The Cold War: Defense Clandestine Service: Agent Henry Odum

Some people have the ability to understand different languages and learn to speak them quickly. This was the case with Agent Henry Odum. Being exposed to Southern black people at an early age in life taught him to speak the Gullah language and to respect their culture. That exposure placed him in danger of the KKK's vengeance and pushed him to leave home before finishing school.The military quickly realized his potential to become a multilingual intelligence agent. Henry's desire to do the right thing plays a big role in his missions' success. This book is the first in series that tells of Henry's leadership skills and bravery during his missions.

by Harry O'Quinn

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