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Westchester On the Level

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Tony Scougol’s nom de plume is Paul Anthony, an author whose accomplishment ranges from crime to rhyme. The former detective inspector, who resides along the English, Scottish border worked for Special Branch and was involved in investigations of espionage, terrorism and two spy cases. Approaching his birthday within days, he has agreed to this interview on the Westchester On the Level with Narog and Aris in which we will highlight his written accomplishments, which are celebrated within the virtual pages of the http://independentauthornetwork.com/paul-anthony.html website. The terrifying espionage thriller of greed and deceit, Bushfire; The Legacy of the Ninth, another thriller stacked with bitter conflict and the intrigue of religious mystique from the land in which Roman Centurions witnessed the mass suicide of Masada and are connected to the prospects of peace in the Middle East today; the murder mystery of The Conchenta Conundrum in which the hardnosed, chess playing detective is tasked to unravel the murder of two beautiful and mysterious women are murdered in the same week to keep an innocent man from being wrongfully arrested; and from love and romance, war and peace, sorrow and surrender, to private fears and unknown tears, Paul Anthony delivers a roller-coaster of poetic emotion in his third book, Sunset.

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