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Sabine Parsons is no longer an ex-codebreaker.

The intelligence fraternity has taken her back and she is once again code-named Oracle and in possession now of a power that makes her an Oracle in truth. No longer in the Cold and her controller, Edward Quintaine not even remotely dead, she's back in the thick of it where she absolutely does not want to belong. Her quiet life is well and truly over. Trying to escape the tightening grip of old/new...
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Overview

Sabine Parsons is no longer an ex-codebreaker.

The intelligence fraternity has taken her back and she is once again code-named Oracle and in possession now of a power that makes her an Oracle in truth. No longer in the Cold and her controller, Edward Quintaine not even remotely dead, she's back in the thick of it where she absolutely does not want to belong. Her quiet life is well and truly over. Trying to escape the tightening grip of old/new affiliations, she heads to her father's house, intent on keeping her cover but also planning on making her escape back into the Cold. Except Michael Parsons is a mathemetician with ties to the Department of Defense and secrets of his own.

Hardly off the plane, the Waking Dream that now rides Sabine warns her of a danger on Mt. Rainier when she arrives in Washington State, pushing her even further back into the Game. Unable to ignore the insisting warning, she follows it, believing it will lead her to another piece of the puzzle and the second of a set of three mystical golden tablets and a way to stop the end of the World. Instead, Sabine finds herself dropped into an even greater mystery that involves her father and her own past as a ward of Special Projects. All while the Lodge of the Midnight Sun and Edward Quintaine's organization wage their secret war, seeking to find weaknesses in the others armor.

And in the end, everyone's secrets will be revealed.
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Angela N. Hunt began writing stories at the age of five, concerning a telepathic horse and its girl, with no idea that such endeavor would come to be the chief focus of her life. The writing, not the telepathic horse. She lives in Los Angeles with her husband, sister, two daughters, multiple cats, a long suffering dog, and a studio full of paintings and photographs. She can be found at http://www.angelanhunt.com.

She's also not to be confused with Angela Elwell Hunt, who is a completely different person entirely.
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