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by Joe Joyce
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Joe Joyce's historical fiction 'Echoland' portrays a nervous and divided Dublin. Some see Britain as an ally, others look to Germany for a hopeful future while some wish to remain as neutral as possible. In this atmosphere of edgy uncertainty, a young lieutenant, Paul Duggan, is drafted into the army's intelligence division, G2, and put on the German desk. Assigned to investigate a German spy who appears to do nothing noteworthy other than write ambiguous letters, Duggan soon gets sidetracked.