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A.M. Adair

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A. M. Adair is an active duty Chief Warrant Officer in the United States Navy with over 18 years in the Intelligence Community. She has been to numerous countries all around the world, to include multiple tours in Iraq and Afghanistan. Her experiences have been unique and provided her imagination with a wealth of material to draw from to give her stories life. A lifelong fan of the genre, she is an associate member of International Thriller Writers. Shadow Game is her debut novel. She lives in Virginia with her husband Jake, her daughter Arya, and son Finn.

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A.M. Adair I was on my last tour in Iraq, and traveling through Baghdad. Our convoy turned down a particularly dark and narrow road, and all the hair on the back…moreI was on my last tour in Iraq, and traveling through Baghdad. Our convoy turned down a particularly dark and narrow road, and all the hair on the back of my neck stood on end. Looking out the window at the seemingly abandoned buildings crowding in on us, I thought, "What if..."(less)
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Shadow Game - The Graphic Novel

My debut novel, Shadow Game, which introduced the world to Elle Anderson and her team, is being turned into a graphic novel. Artist Ray Lopez is in the process of bringing the characters to life in a new way. We're partnering with Conquest Publishing to bring something new and amazing to the world of comics! Anticipated release early 2021!
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