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Group members who write/publish > What Price, Revenge? --Operation Angelica, by Juliene Lloyd

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Juliene | 4 comments FBI sniper Elizabeth Ashton's ideal life shatters with the murder of her fiancée in Honduras, Central America. Let down by the government she serves, Ashton takes justice into her own hands. However, after crossing paths with a shadowy Washington D.C. consulting firm, Vormund/Ames, she decides to join the company. Partnered with former soldier and CIA operative Brandon Casey, Ashton learns that sometimes governments and law enforcement agencies need an ace up the sleeve. Her first assignment: to aid in the rescue of twelve people held hostage by rebels in Colombia, South America. With the help of three very different men in her new life, Ashton leaves her FBI life behind while the Vormund/Ames team prepares for their mission. But can they rescue a dying woman held prisoner for five years in time? Can Ashton be the ace?

Werner | 1535 comments Best wishes for success with your book, Juliene; it sounds like a good one! I've just added it our group shelves. And welcome to this group; we're glad to have you.

Juliene | 4 comments Thanks! Looking forward to some good conversations.

Werner | 1535 comments Juliene wrote "Looking forward to some good conversations." We're not a very active group (or we're only active in spurts); but all of our discussion threads are always open, and you can feel free to start more if you want to! The last couple of years, we've also done a voluntary annual common read in February (though not of recently-published books --they're not easy for people to get by interlibrary loan!); so that's something else to look ahead to.

Juliene | 4 comments "Operation Angelica" is $1.99 on Kindle, Nook and ibook this week :)

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Werner | 1535 comments Earlier this week, I finished reading Operation Angelica myself (I was lucky enough to get a free review copy; thanks again, Juliene!), and I'd definitely recommend it to members of this group, especially those who appreciate lady snipers! My four- star review is here: , if anyone's interested.

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