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The Enemy Stalks
     

The Enemy Stalks

by Betty Sullivan La Pierre
 
The story THE ENEMY STALKS, a suspense novel that evolves around agent, JIM ANDERSON who retires from the Agency due to an eye injury he acquired after seeking revenge against his wife’s killers. He’s found all but the ring leader. When he leaves the Agency, he’s given a new identity. TOM CASEY, PRIVATE INVESTIGATOR. He moves to the remote COPCO LAKE

Overview

The story THE ENEMY STALKS, a suspense novel that evolves around agent, JIM ANDERSON who retires from the Agency due to an eye injury he acquired after seeking revenge against his wife’s killers. He’s found all but the ring leader. When he leaves the Agency, he’s given a new identity. TOM CASEY, PRIVATE INVESTIGATOR. He moves to the remote COPCO LAKE in northern California. His ability to heal injured hawks earns him the nickname, HAWKMAN, by the local residents. He meets, JENNIFER MORGAN, a young widow and they become friends.

DICK HENDERSON, is a double agent and the killer of Jim’s wife, hates Jim for selfish reasons and has kept track of him over the years. When Jim vanishes underground, he becomes frustrated. But by a stoke of luck, Dirk discovers his whereabouts and learns his new identity. He begins his ruthless pursuit to get rid of his formal rival by sending in his hired guns. When that fails, he goes in himself, using Jennifer in his relentless desire to kill Hawkman.

When Hawkman discovers that Jennifer’s life is being threatened, he tries to convince her to leave the area but she refuses. So together, they struggle against snipers, bombs, failed brakes and other harrowing dangers as they try to stay one step ahead of Dirk.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781591092049
Publisher:
BookSurge, LLC
Publication date:
01/16/2002
Pages:
220
Product dimensions:
5.25(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.46(d)

Meet the Author

Born and raised in Oklahoma, Betty Sullivan La Pierre attended the Oklahoma College for Women and the University of Oklahoma, graduating with her BS degree in Speech Therapy with a Specialty in the Deaf.

Once married, she moved to California with her husband. When her husband was killed in an automobile accident, she was left with two young boys to raise. She is now remarried and has had another son through that marriage.

Ms. La Pierre has lived in the Silicon Valley (California) for many years. At one time, she owned a Mail Order Used Book business dealing mainly in signed and rare books, but phased it out because it took up too much of her writing time. She's an avid reader, belongs to the Wednesday Writers' Society, and periodically attends functions of other writing organizations.

She writes Mystery/Suspense/Thriller novels, which are published in digital format and print. Her Hawkman Mystery Series is developing quite a fan base. She's also written two stand-alone mystery/thrillers and plans to continue writing. 'BLACKOUT,' Betty's story about a bingo hall (of the Hawkman Series), ranked in the top ten of the P&E Reader's Poll, and won the 2003 BLOODY DAGGER AWARD for best Mystery/Suspense. EuroReviews recently picked 'THE DEADLY THORN' (One of Betty's stand alone thrillers) for their 2005 May Book of the Month.

Betty Sullivan La Pierre's work is a testament to how much she enjoys the challenge of plotting an exciting story.

Visit her personal site at: http://bettysullivanlapierre.com

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