In 2013, Seth recommended "Dunn’s Conundrum" by Stan R. Lee and said...
By the late Stan Lee. Not that Stan Lee, the other one. If you want to understand how the NSA thing went down, read this fabulous and very very funny comic thriller written in 1984. Not an accident.
Looking for something else?
Other books recommended by Seth in this category include:
What others thought about "Dunn’s Conundrum"
3.6 rating based on 117 ratings (all editions)
It’s the mid-1980s and the cold war hasn’t thawed. The Library, a super-secret U.S. espionage agency is keeping an eye on the Russians and everybody else. A dozen elite intelligence experts relentlessly sift out classified information from everywhere. They know all the secrets except for one – which of the librarians is a traitor.
It’s up to Walt Coolidge, a librarian with a Sherlockian gift for analyzing people’s garbage, to uncover the mole and, if he fails, it could lead to nuclear Armageddon.
ScrapeAZon could not connect to Amazon or was otherwise unable to retrieve data from Amazon. Please check your Internet connectivity, your ScrapeAZon settings, your country code, and your shortcode configuration.