Now You See Her (Samantha Spade Series #2)

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From the USA Today bestselling author of All The Wrong Moves

When military gadget girl USAF Lieutenant Samantha Spade tests the latest experimental goggles, she spots a sniper aiming for Sergeant Diane Roth. The assailant is taken out-but the high-level investigation is just beginning.

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Overview

From the USA Today bestselling author of All The Wrong Moves

When military gadget girl USAF Lieutenant Samantha Spade tests the latest experimental goggles, she spots a sniper aiming for Sergeant Diane Roth. The assailant is taken out-but the high-level investigation is just beginning.

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Editorial Reviews

VOYA - Beth Anderson
Air Force Lt. Sam, as in Samantha, Spade, is head of FST-3 (Future Systems Test Cadre), a Ft. Bliss team that specializes in testing zippy new military equipment for possible inclusion in the country's arsenal of weaponry and gadgets. She's young (20-something), mouthy, brave, in love with Border Patrol cop Jeff ("Mitch") Mitchell, and likes to walk the thin line between military discipline and risky derring-do. In the second entry in the Samantha Spade mystery series, Sam has taken some high-tech glasses that can see around corners for an unauthorized test drive. Sam is able to shout out a warning when she sees a sniper about to take out Army Sgt. Diane Roth, whose own quick action flattens the sniper under her SUV. The plot quickly advances when it turns out that the sniper and Sgt. Roth had a romantic relationship while serving together in Afghanistan. As the investigation heats up, Spade is troubled by the attachment that Diane's young children are developing for Mitch, and by the bigger and bigger holes developing in Diane's story about the sniper and their tour in Afghanistan. This is a pleasant enough series for those who like edgy, somewhat self-centered, strong women, but there's not much appeal here for the average teen reader. Reviewer: Beth Anderson
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780425234761
  • Publisher: Penguin Group (USA) Incorporated
  • Publication date: 5/4/2010
  • Series: Samantha Spade Series , #2
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • Pages: 240
  • Sales rank: 807,717
  • Product dimensions: 4.10 (w) x 6.70 (h) x 0.70 (d)

Meet the Author

Merline Lovelace spent twenty-three years in the United States Air Force, serving tours of duty in Vietnam, the Pentagon, and as commander of Eglin Air Force Base. She graduated magna cum laude from Ripon College and has attended Middlebury College and Princeton, Troy State, and Harvard universities. Merline Lovelace lives in Oklahoma City with her husband, who is also a retired Air Force colonel.

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  • Posted April 9, 2010

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    The latest Samantha Spade military mystery is an enjoyable investigative tale

    Having time on her hands while waiting for her date to pick her up at Fort Bliss in El Paso, Air Force Future Systems Test Cadre 3 chief Second Lieutenant Samantha Spade runs a test on a new type of goggles. To the shock of the "Techno diva", the goggles work perfectly. However even more stunning she sees a man in a ski mask holding a gun while stalking some prey.

    Sam manages to warn bystanders and especially the apparent victim Sergeant Diane Roth, who runs over the sniper with her SUV. To both women's amazement, the dead culprit is a soldier suffering from PTSD; who served with his chosen victim in Afghanistan. As investigators and the media look into the case and things about Diane surface, Sam fears somehow she made All the Wrong Moves.

    The latest Samantha Spade military mystery is an enjoyable investigative tale in which the experimental gizmos and the Air Force bureaucracy enhance the prime plot, Sam's unofficial inquiry. Fast-paced throughout, readers will enjoy this fine thriller as revelations re media heroine Diane keep popping up, which has Sam digging deeper into why the assassination attempt.

    Harriet Klausner

    3 out of 3 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 10, 2013

    Throughly enjoyable

    Author shows knowledge orf her subject matter and Samatha is an enjoyable character

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