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The Wayward Spy

The Wayward Spy

By Susan Ouellette
Categories: Fiction
Imprint: CamCat Books
Hardcover : 9780744300536, 336 pages, March 2021
Ebook (EPUB) : 9780744300567, March 2021
Paperback (Large print edition) : 9780744300550, 480 pages, March 2021
Paperback : 9780744304442, 336 pages, March 2021
Paperback : 9780744300543, 336 pages, March 2021
Expected to ship: 2021-03-02
Expected to ship: 2021-03-02
Expected to ship: 2021-03-02
Expected to ship: 2021-03-02

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When her fiancé, a CIA operative accused of treason, is killed overseas, intelligence analyst Maggie Jenkins smells cover-up and sets out to clear his name, following a trail littered with corruption and deceit, leading straight to a terrorist threat looming where the Russian Mafia, Chechen rebels, Al Qaeda and … US government officials meet.

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The terrorist threat has changed. The consequences haven’t.

When her fiancé, a CIA operative accused of treason, is killed overseas, intelligence analyst Maggie Jenkins smells cover-up and sets out to clear his name. Maggie disobeys direct orders and travels to Tbilisi, Georgia, to follow a trail littered with secrets and lies, corruption and deceit, risking her own life to expose the terrorist threat at the intersection where the Russian Mafia, Chechen rebels, Al Qaeda and … US government officials meet.

From the halls of power in Washington, D. C. to the political chaos of the former Soviet Union, Maggie must confront players from the intelligence, political, and criminal worlds who will do anything to stop her. How far will Maggie go to uncover the truth?

Reviews

“Susan Ouellette has written a well-crafted page-turner that benefits not only from her imagination and way with words—but from her experience. She has walked the halls of the House Intelligence Committee and the CIA and knows those institutions as very few novelists do. ” —Dr. Mark M. Lowenthal, Former CIA Assistant Director for Analysis; Former Staff Director, House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence