An obscenely wealthy businessman, who has a strange relationship with his adult daughter, is running for President of the United States and intelligence agencies fear that he may be a Soviet puppet. Sound familiar? No, these aren't the Trumps. But in 1971, author Tom Ardies saw the future in a wild, political spy novel that has now become the perfect thriller for our time.
A disgraced Royal Canadian Mountie has to stop a plot to assassinate the visiting Russian premier.
A conman in Mexico gets ensnared by a sexy model in a scheme to uncover an ancient, anti-aging potion hidden in the Mountains.
Charlie Sparrow must stop a reclusive billionaire's plot to "save the world" by destroying most of mankind with a deadly pandemic. Only one man can stop him.
Ardies provides good belly laughs and a totally fantastic plot.
A highly entertaining, tongue-in-cheek farce.