A TV writeras past sends her on a search for an old friend whoas gone missingKatie Schottland likes writing for TV. Besides being lively and lucrative, creating Spy Guys has one major advantage over her old job: Sheas unlikely to get killed doing it. Schottland is ex-CIA, a career she left behind after an abrupt firing sent her from top secret documents to screenplays. No matter how hard she tries, though, she still misses the days when the spies she worked with were real. Her nostalgia means sheas quite excited when an old friend, still at the Agency, calls asking for advice on a case. It seems routine until the friend disappears, sending Katie on a globetrotting adventure whose thrills are just as potent as on Spy Guysa except now the bullets arenat blanks and there are no commercial interruptions. This ebook features an illustrated biography of Susan Isaacs, including rare photos from the authoras personal collection.aNo problem, a Constance Cincotta said. ... table at the studio: bologna the diameter of a Dodge Ram tire, salad scented with either preservatives or insecticide; also, it was my belief that while steak might be aged, sliced turkey should not be.
|Publisher||:||Open Road Media - 2011-06-28|