Chapter Excerpt from Alias: A Book About Spies

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“Steady does it,” Isabel whispered to herself as she carefully coaxed the metal piece into place by using a machine with controls that reminded her a lot of claw prize machines at the arcade. “Steady does it.”

The piece clicked into place and she let out a sigh of relief. This had been her tenth try to make this work correctly, and it refused until now. The only thing she feared at this point was it breaking again. Whoever made the patent for this…

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Chapter Excerpt: Prince of Denmark

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The outside world looked so beautiful and green and sunny. Lush green trees swayed in the gentle breeze. Soft, lazy clouds drifted by against the background of a perfect blue sky. And beyond these prison bars—er, palace walls—lay a beautiful city with beautiful people and wonderful things to do and to explore. Colorful buildings waited enticingly to be wandered. Boats both large and small yearned to be investigated. And most of all, pristine blue waters sparkled coaxingly, almost as if they were posing a challenge.

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Excerpt from Pulse: Agent Harris Risks His Life

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Through Keller’s amazing tracking efforts, they found out that Princess Karina and Gabby were being held in two separate locations, putting a damper on Johnny’s plan immediately. He hadn’t expected that to happen, but he had to adjust to it nonetheless. But the most important thing was that he hurry. Who knew what would happen to either one of them if he didn’t make a move soon?

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Excerpt from Asset-Russian Spy

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“So… I’m curious…” Meg started as she glanced over at him in the car. “Why were your parents so surprised that you had a date at the gala? Wouldn’t someone like you have women constantly vying for your attention?”

Even though he sensed humor in her voice, his shoulders shrugged noncommittally. “I don’t like to date anymore. I prefer to stay away from the dating scene as much as I possibly can.” That was more information than he really wanted to give her, but if she started to wonder why he decided to not ask her out again, that was why. He wasn’t interested in getting involved with anyone because all it usually led to was a broken heart.

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Excerpt from Witch of the Wiles

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The clinking of silverware and hearty laughter echoed around the corners of the hallway, signaling that James and Genevieve were already late to the dinner party. His father, Julius, had invited wealthy nobles from all over the country, or in other words, wealthy politicians. James had been born into the world of politics and he was immersed in it every single day of his life. It had been his fate since he had been a young lad to follow in his father’s footsteps.

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Prisoner of War Finds Freedom: Chapter Excerpt from Solitude

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Background: Braden Winters got captured as a prisoner of war in Syria for two years and everyone thought him and his unit were dead. Several CIA agents managed to rescue him, and this book is his life trying to readjust to his freedom. However, with bad PTSD and no one who truly understands what he had gone through in Syria, he feels more alone than he wants to.

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