Arch Patton on Assignment
The life of an operative has been described through countless characters, in books and movies for decades. The following adventures of Arch Patton may shed a new light the TRUTH of living the life of a “Secret Agent”.
Enjoy the global assignments of Arch Patton.
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Arch Patton, It Was 1993, Chapter 10
Atlantis led them down the stairs to the basement of the Princeville terminal building. The basement consisted of one long corridor with closed doors lining the walls on both sides. Mid-way down she opened one door and stood to allow them to pass.
Morning Calm, an Arch Patton Adventure by James Strauss
Acid-laced coffee. Tawdry imitation 60’s décor. Indian music drifting down from worn out ceiling speakers. The Route Sixty-Six diner, ironically located on 56th St., New York.
Audio Version, Down in the Valley, by James Strauss
Retired and tired, Arch Patton finds himself Down in the Valley and a bit “red...
Beat the Drum Slowly, Arch Patton’s Generosity?
BEAT THE DRUM SLOWLY Short Story By J. Strauss. Zurich, part of the social igloo...