"The best of Soviet era espionage"

– Lieutenant General (Retired) Bennet Sacolick, US Army, Special Forces

The Heidelberg Gap
Nick Temple File no. 6

1968. The Soviet Union brutally crushes the “Prague Spring” with more than 5,000 tanks and 200,000 combined Warsaw Pact forces with more in reserve and ready to join the fray. Nick Temple, a visiting lecturer at the University of Heidelberg, uncovers the sudden clandestine movement of Soviet sleeper cells in West Germany. The stage is set for a massive invasion of the West by the Red Army, with nothing more than a small team of CIA agents standing in their way.

Jonathan Dyer joined the Army’s intelligence branch in 1981. He studied Russian at the Defense Language Institute before receiving additional training at the National Security Agency. 

Loglines for six screenplays by Jonathan Dyer ranging from a contemporary rom-com to a gut-wrenching historical drama.

Other books by Jonathan Dyer

The story of a young man’s journey into adulthood. Harry Taft is a junior at a New England prep school. The book starts with the insane goings on at his boarding school as Harry finds his first love, Dana Carlton. Trouble lies ahead for Harry and Dana, and their relationship sets off a chain of events that follows Harry to Monterey, California where he tries desperately to find himself. 

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