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Heroine (Brooke Kinley Adventures)

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In this short prequel to the "mind-blowing" bestseller PATRIOT, HEROINE introduces investigative reporter Brooke Kinley as a young woman. While paddling in their canoe in northern Minnesota, Brooke and her brother rescue a trafficked Russian child. But will the price of Brooke's heroism be her own life?

HEROINE is an action-packed novella that will appeal to anyone who enj
ebook, 86 pages
Published April 15th 2016 by Castle books
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Diane Coto
May 09, 2016 rated it it was amazing
It’s August 1994. Brooke Kinley and her brother, Jaime, were paddling their canoe in northeast Minnesota when they noticed a girl apparently running from something or someone. They manage to pick her up from the water she dived into and take her back to their cabin. Before they even talk with her, they notice how young she is and how afraid she appears. They give her dry clothes, food, and a safe place to rest. But, after hearing her story in broken English about her and her friends being abduct ...more
Jay Williams
Apr 15, 2016 rated it it was amazing
A. S. Bond has an uncanny ability to create images for the reader and create thrilling action. While this short book is advertised as a prequel to the exciting "Patriot," it stands quite well on its own. Action takes place both in northern Minnesota and in Russia. The descriptions for both locations are spot on, and enhance the atmosphere of the ongoing action. The subject involves trafficking of young women from the streets of Russia to the sex trade in America, something I find quite distastef ...more
Patricia Moren
May 25, 2016 rated it it was amazing
This was a fast paced, non stop action novella with a world wide problem at its core. Very quick, enjoyable read and I am looking forward to The Patriot for which this was a prequel.
Jessica Bronder
May 10, 2017 rated it it was amazing
It is 1994 and St. Petersburg and a group of young girls are flirting with the guys. Next thing they know they are being trafficked to Minnesota. One girl escapes and ends up in Brooke and Jamie’s canoe. Brooke and Jamie know she needs help and take her to the Sheriff. But Brooke can’t seem to get her off her mind and checks in with the local newspaper editor. It wasn’t Homeland Security that picked up the girl and the more Brooke digs to find the truth the more she becomes a target that needs t ...more
Stanley McShane
Mar 10, 2017 rated it really liked it
August 1994 in St. Petersburg of Russia saw a gaggle of young girls giggling with each other and flirting with the young men who pretended not to stare while they slyly appreciated the attractive foursome. It was just too easy and never should have happened, but it did. And that was the last thing Anya and Sasha knew until they were on their way to the north tip of Minnesota in America where, terrified, Anya ran when she got the chance and fell into the lake below in which Brooke and her older b ...more
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A.S Bond is an internationally acclaimed travel writer and journalist. As the author of seven books, AS’s own adventures have taken her around the world, from the cloud forests of Central America to D.C.’s corridors of power. A.S Bond is a pen name.

Praise for AS Bond’s earlier books (written as Alexandra Pratt):

"I have known a few wonderful-crazy, damn-fool writers who would risk their lives for a

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