Colin Studebaker works for the FBI, but doesn't chase criminals. He is an engineer with one of the FBI's clandestine Special Operation Groups, specializing in high tech surveillance equipment. After a seemingly chance encounter with a beautiful blonde, large men with handguns are suddenly chasing them through the streets of Washington D.C. When Colin questions their interest in her, he can hardly believe her assertion that it’s Colin they’re after.
She is a Private Investigator hired to find Gary Jackson, a Senior Policy Advisor for FEMA who disappeared three weeks earlier. Does Gary's disappearance have something to do with the covert recording device Colin recently loaned him? Not knowing if his attraction is to the adrenaline or the beautiful girl, he joins her in the search for Gary. On the run from both sides of the law, they stumble onto a sixty-year-old Nazi plot to infiltrate the US government.
|Publisher:||Kyle R. Fisher|
|File size:||412 KB|
|Age Range:||18 Years|
About the Author
Kyle R. Fisher’s writing tends to fall slightly outside the typical genres. Instead of super cool spies saving the day, the hero is a computer nerd, or the standard gender roles are reversed and the older woman takes advantage of the younger man. His books are populated with unusual but realistic characters, quirky humor, and unexpected twists. Sign up for the author’s mailing list at www.krfisher.com for giveaways and notices of upcoming releases. Kyle is an engineer and independent author living in Ohio. He is a project engineer for an injection molding company that manufactures large components for the heavy truck industry. His wife works in a candy factory. He has two daughters: the older graduated from Ohio University in Athens and works in Cleveland and the younger graduated from the Ohio State University in Columbus. She is now attending grad school in Colorado. An avid reader his whole life, Kyle's interest in writing didn't ignite until after his second trip through college. In 2010, his manuscript Turbulent Reentry won the San Diego Mensa 2010 Creative uRGe award for Best Unpublished Novel. He has just completed his third book, Transplant Unlimited, and is feverishly working on number four.