Dylan Maguire is back and in his first mission with the CIA he must interrogate a recently captured Brenda Carnegie. But when she escapes again, it’s obvious that she’s had help from within the CIA’s own ranks. With Vicki Boyd’s psychic help, he must locate her again—and find out why some in the highest levels of government want her dead while others will risk everything to help her. And when he finds out her true identity, his mission has just become very personal.
'Secrets of a Dangerous Woman' is yet another thriller from award-winning author p.m. terrell. While this one does feature characters from previous books in the Black Swamp Mysteries series, it can be read as a stand-alone. I do think that readers would appreciate the characters more if they read the other books in the series, at least at some point.
Dylan is scary, yet intriguing. We all love a hot Irish man! But his work for the FBI forces another side of him to come out that is dangerous should you cross him!
Vicki has an interesting gift. Not only is she psychic, but she can choose where her visions will take her and has a lot of control over them. This makes her invaluable to the CIA. It can also get her into trouble.
Dylan and Vicki have a smoking relationship. It started in previous books, but a brief history is provided throughout the first few chapters. Their devotion to each other is necessary if they want to survive.
Both of them continue to have their own secrets from each other and get sucked into all kinds of plot twists and turns as the manhunt for a computer hacker unfolds. You will never quite know whom to trust as you read this thrilling page-turner.
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p.m.terrell is the award-winning, internationally acclaimed author of more than 16 books. Vicki's Key, one of the first books in the Black Swamp Mysteries series, was one of five finalists in the 2012 International Book Awards (Mystery/Suspense) and 2012 USA Best Book Awards (Mystery/Suspense.) River Passage, an historical work based on her ancestor's migration to Fort Nashborough in 1779-1780, won the 2010 Best Fiction & Drama Award. The Nashville (TN) Metropolitan Government Archives determined it to be so historically accurate that they entered the original manuscript into their Archives for future researchers and historians.
Prior to becoming a full-time author in 2002, terrell founded and operated two computer companies in the Washington, DC area. Her clients included the United States Secret Service, CIA, Department of Defense and federal and local law enforcement. Her specialty is in the areas of computer crime and computer intelligence. Her experience in these areas have greatly influenced her books' plots.
She is the co-founder of The Book 'Em Foundation, whose slogan is "Buy a Book and Stop a Crook" and whose mission is to raise awareness of the link between high crime rates and high illiteracy rates. She founded Book 'Em North Carolina Writers Conference and Book Fair, an annual event to raise money to increase literacy and reduce crime.
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