Lynda Lassiter is eighteen years old, she has been hired by the CIA as an Operative Agent. Her very first assignment is to act like a sixteen year old girl on a cabin cruiser. She is to help another Agent in getting information out of Arab teenagers. When this assignment goes bad and everyone is killed but Lynda, she is upgraded to a Field Agent eventually ending up with her being assigned to Afghanistan. There she notices that young girls as young as eight are being taken from their families and sold into prostitution. She vows to end this practice and uses the U.S. Army to help stop the practice. This assignment also blows up in her face.
Lynda marries another Agent so that she can adopt one of the small girls and her life seems to straighten out. But things go well only for so long. When her husband is killed in a shoot out she begans a new campaign to free missing young girls in Aruba. It isn’t long until she realizes that she is pregnant with her dead husbands baby. This doesn’t stop her for long. The only problem is, someone is trying to kill her. She finds out that a Sheik in Iran is after her for killing his son. The climax of the book occurs with her meeting the Sheik and his security team and Lynda finds herself in a deadly gun battle.
|Publisher:||Joe Bob Newman|
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About the Author
I have been writing mystery and fiction books since 1982. I have never considered having any published until now. My career has been in writing technical documents for the defense industry. By profession I am a mechanical engineer, P.E. I have six grand children.. During the summer months, I spend a lot of time in the mountains of New Mexico. Watching wildlife and observing the ecology. i also enjoy riding my 4-wheeler. I built a cabin by myself, just above a stream filled with trout, perhaps i should say am building, I have been working on it for twenty years and it is still not finished, but it is livable, it has electricity, running water and a septic system. With that, I am happy to live there in the summer months and for a week or two in the winter, but I have found that I am not much of a "snow" person. I do hope you read and enjoy my books as much as I enjoyed writing them! Thanks for visiting my page. Joe Bob Newman