It is spring of 1946, and Gerald Hammond is on the run in Soviet occupied Germany. At his side is a beautiful young woman, with a penchant for sadistic murder and an appetite for sex. Behind him are three dead Soviet guards, a vengeful Russian spymaster, and a thousand Red Army soldiers.
Ahead of him is a world of corruption and spies, where lust is a weapon and deceit an occupation; a world where everyone has a price, and no one is as they appear.
This is The Folks at Fifty-Eight: a tale of human decadence, government conspiracy, and the espionage coup that left the world teetering on the brink of self-destruction for almost half a century.
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