When secret agent Maggie Black agrees to protect the Mayor of London, she thinks she’s in for a boring night of babysitting. But the simple job gets a lot more complicated when an assassin arrives and takes out the Mayor, framing Maggie as the killer. Unable to explain the evidence against her, Maggie is branded a traitor and hunted by the very people she once fought beside.
With no one to turn to, Maggie relies on the one person who has always had her back - herself. From the hidden nightclubs of Madrid to the dark streets of Moscow, Maggie must delve into the depths of the criminal underworld to unearth the truth - and fast - because time is running out and the enemy is closer than she thinks.
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- Trish R.
Great story! I love reading about a female spy who can kick some ass. Maggie was an awesome heroine and Leon and Ashton were true friends when Maggie was accused of being a traitor and a murderer. I was saddened to find out who the bad guy was. I was getting a feeling about near the end but I sure was hoping.
There was an off screen sex scene between Maggie and Leon and you could feel how much the loved each other. It was a good part of the book. AND the F-bomb was used 13 times.
As to the narration: Lucy Brownhill did a great job on the voices and the emotions. It’s the first time I’d heard her narrate but I will definitely look for more from her.
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- Tracy T
Good Book and Narration!
I really enjoyed this book. I like Maggie Black, she is smart and kicks butt.
The story line and plot are good. There is a lot going on all the time. Fast paced and full of action. Mystery and intrigue too.
I am looking forward to more Maggie Black stories.
As for the narration it was very good. I liked it and the narrator did a good job on all the voices.
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