An Erin Stark Novel
by Dareth Pray
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Pub Date 30 Aug 2022 | Archive Date 09 Dec 2022
I am in that other part of my mind, the part that is cordoned off from the real me. In that part I can be anyone.
Anything can be true if I will it to be true.
I will survive. The girls will survive. I shut away that autonomous part of myself that is the real me. My other name, my true one.
For now, I am Jane.
Patriot Dawn’s new compound in Tennessee is buzzing. Foreign fighters, tanks, weapons stockpiles…it all points to something big, something called The End Game. And the United States will never be the same
Back in Washington, veteran CIA operative Tony Escobar fights to keep the lid on an ultra top secret mission, OPERATION STILL WATERS. Senior officials in the government have been compromised – if only he knew exactly which ones.
On the front lines of OPERATION STILL WATERS is a brilliant young CIA agent, Erin Stark. In a twist of fate, Patriot Dawn unknowingly kidnaps Erin during a sex trafficking operation, and she finds herself in the deepest unofficial cover in the agency’s history, on US soil at that, and she’ll do whatever it takes to bring the girls home and stop civil war before it is too late.
Gun violence, racially-motivated violence, sexual violence, homophobia
Average rating from 2 members
Firstly its good to read a female hero, Erin, who wants to save these girls as she gets caught up in a sex trafficking situation... quick thinking and clever hindsight, she knows that survival is the utmost importance.... There are some gory details and i winced a couple of times but reality is never cute.... This is a five star read
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