Silent Coup: A Diana Hunter Thriller

Silent Coup: A Diana Hunter Thriller

by Joan Francis

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Overview

When private investigator Diana Hunter inherits her Uncle Bennett's hidden fortune, she also gets his secret files and his enemies. With no knowledge of Bennett's clandestine past, Diana is bewildered when she is pursued by a shadow organization using the powers of the Patriot Act. Branded a terrorist, Diana is legally defenseless and realizes she can only save herself by uncovering Bennett's double life. She learns Bennett was in Germany in 1933, witnessed Hitler's seizure of power, saw German democracy lost and friends killed. His decision to remain there as a spy immersed him in a world of espionage that did not end with the defeat of Germany. Bennett's darkest secrets lead to a poisonous legacy that oozed out of defeated Fascism and still festers today in our country's hidden halls of power. If Diana is to survive she must use her investigative skill, her talent for disguise and a few close friends to expose a conspiracy at the highest levels of our government.


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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780982137000
Publisher: Lobathian Publishers
Publication date: 11/10/2008
Pages: 340
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.76(d)
Age Range: 18 Years

About the Author

Joan Francis is a licensed private investigator and owner of Francis Pacific Investigations. She has also worked as a newspaper reporter and is author of a previous Diana Hunter mystery, Old Poison. She spent her childhood in small mining towns and camps in the western United States and in South America with her family and mining engineer father. Moving from place to place, she attended fifteen schools before graduating with a B.A. in history from the University of Washington in Seattle. Married with three grown children, she and her husband now live in a secluded valley of the Tehachapi Mountains in California.

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