A Touch of Magic

A Touch of Magic

by M. Ruth Myers

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Overview

A dazzling sleight-of-hand artist is recruited by the State Department to pit her skills – and wits – against a master terrorist.  He's about to receive a piece of stolen film used to make US passports, film that could open the door to terrorists around the world.

      Although Channing Stuart is the fourth generation in a family of acclaimed magicians, she's the first of them not to turn pro.  Eye-to-eye with a killer, will she have the nerve and nimbleness to pull off a switch that finally proves her worthy of her bloodline?

      Special agent Bill Ellery is irritated to find himself suddenly teamed with this amateur whose passion to succeed is as great as his own, and whose penchant for the unpredictable unsettles him as much as the woman herself.

      In an upscale resort where every enticement hides a trap, they play cat and mouse with enemies known and unknown as a time bomb ticks.  Hundreds of lives depend on the deftness of one woman's fingers and ... A TOUCH OF MAGIC.

First ebook edition of a mass market thriller by an author known for strong women and swiftly-moving plots.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940151661423
Publisher: Tuesday House
Publication date: 02/16/2015
Sold by: Draft2Digital
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 272,271
File size: 346 KB

About the Author

M. Ruth Myers received a Shamus Award from the Private Eye Writers of America for Don’t Dare a Dame, the third book in her Maggie Sullivan mysteries series.  The series follows a woman P.I. in Dayton, OH, from the end of the Great Depression through the end of WW2.

Other novels by Myers, in various genres, have been translated, optioned for film and condensed for magazine publication.  Some were written under the name Mary Ruth Myers.   She has a bachelor of journalism degree from the University of Missouri J-School.  Prior to becoming a novelist, she worked on daily papers in Wyoming, Michigan and Ohio.  She also spent five years working as a ventriloquist.

The author and her husband live in Ohio.  When not writing, she plays Irish traditional tunes on the concertina with more enthusiasm than skill.  (Then again, how many people do you know who even play the concertina?)

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