"Lainie dropped to the mud, on her belly. Propping her elbows into the rain-sodden ground, she peered down the barrel of Sayed's gun. She'd fired more guns since this entire ordeal had begun than ever before in her entire life. She had failed to hit a single target at which she'd aimed. But now, with Simi's life in the balance, she put such thoughts out of her mind and took careful aim."
Lainie Parker is the most popular telephone sex-line talent at Capris Entertainemnt. She is not a spy. But since witnessing the murder of one of her customers over the phone and trying to get someone - the police, the FBI, anyone - to believe her, she has been stalked and attacked, drugged and kidnapped, and suspected of murder and arson. Now, as crazy as it seems, pretending to be a spy may be the only thing to clear her name...and keep her alive. That's only if she can stay one step ahead of a hulking murderer, a sadistic terrorist, a brother-sister pair of tag-team kidnappers, and a wily CIA agent with dreamy eyes and a deadly way with a garrote.
|Publisher:||Daydream Industries, Inc.|
|Product dimensions:||5.25(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.60(d)|
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Rogue Agenda has a thrilling and engaging plot that both deepens and surges forward the entire way through. It's detailed and consistent through its complexities. The well timed down moments allow only for a deep breath and a second to consider what just happened before you're off to the next rush of page turning action. The world is made three-dimensional and inescapable by a collection of well formed and memorable characters who break expectation and reach off the page. There is respect where there normally is chauvinism, intelligence in place of clumsiness, understanding where there could have been hate. This story offers wholeness to the characters and cultures in a genre that often loses sight of the people in the action. Lainie Parker is a joy to follow through this roaring adventure. She's smart, brave, compassionate, capable, and yet believable and human. Through her we have a fair and honest look at some of both the good and bad faces of the characters, the government, and Islam. Simi is a perfect compliment to Lainie's reason and thoughtfulness. She's more bold, willing to kick a ruthless terrorist in the head, but fiercely loyal to those who become a part of her circle. The characters feel immediately familiar and warm, the kind you expect to hear from even after the story ends. This novel is wonderfully written, carefully thought out, and well worth the sleep you may decide to sacrifice to finish it.