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After completing a successful caper in Paris, Cassy Stewart heads home for a months rest -until she gets a document sent by a fellow agent who warns her to trust nobody. Matt Fraser, a Federal Policeman meets her on the way home and Cassy develops a relationship with him. After sleeping with him she trusts him enough to tell him about the document. Scott Davidson, another ASIO agent is sent to protect her and is suspicious of Matt.
Benjamin Stein, a Mossad agent enters the ...

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Doomsday

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Overview

After completing a successful caper in Paris, Cassy Stewart heads home for a months rest -until she gets a document sent by a fellow agent who warns her to trust nobody. Matt Fraser, a Federal Policeman meets her on the way home and Cassy develops a relationship with him. After sleeping with him she trusts him enough to tell him about the document. Scott Davidson, another ASIO agent is sent to protect her and is suspicious of Matt.
Benjamin Stein, a Mossad agent enters the picture and asks Cassy for the document. The Hungarian secret police want it and her along with other countries and will do anything to get it.
When ASIO know she has it she is ordered to hand it over but Matt who has a photographic memory copies it to a memory stick, alters the document, makes two copies and destroys the original.
Cassy asks her uncle Ernie, an ex agent to hold the memory stick and he tells her to get out of town. After a gun fight with some of the countries after it, She Matt and Scott go to Ernie's weekender in the Snowy Mountains. Benjamin and the crooks follow where Cassy is trapped in the house. She had sent Matt and Scott into Cooma for supplies and is alone. She escapes when matt and Scott find her so they hire a cabin in Cooma. Scott discovers Matt is not a policeman s so heartbroken, Cassy and Scott leave him while asleep. They go to a safe house outside Canberra but Matt,Benjamin and the crooks discover where they are. Another gun fight erupts and she and Scott are chased into the mountains. One by one the crooks are shot except one who has Cassy trapped. About to be shot, she is saved when Matt appears but Scott shoots him in the shoulder. He wants to kill him but Cassy stops him. How can she see the man she loves shot. Now he has to prove he is not the killer she thought he was.

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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940044287013
  • Publisher: Bruce Cooke
  • Publication date: 1/15/2013
  • Sold by: Smashwords
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 303 KB

Meet the Author

I have been writing for over twenty years and now have twenty one books published. I like Australian Colonial Stories but also write thrillers, murder and romance. My favourite book is a Colonial story titled The Pursuit of Mary McBride that takes us into early Australia.
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