Your boss has been having you do his dirty work for years. It doesn't matter that you didn't know. You're in trouble with the law. But if you go to the law, not only would you be in jail...but The Organization will kill you.
You are dammed if you do and dammed if you don't.
Audrey J. Snyder's debut novel sets the danger to the highest degree. You won't be able to put the book down!
As a reporter for a local newspaper, Angela Hollingsworth has traveled all over the world collecting information, artifacts and samples, always bringing back a package for her boss from an associate in whatever country she visited. What she didn’t realize was that the packages contained drugs, stolen art or both.
Desperate to stay out of jail, Angela can only rely on one man, Glen Spencer, an agent for the FBI. Together, they devise a plan to take down one of the biggest drug cartels in New Jersey. Trusting her old college friend, Angela doesn’t anticipate the danger coming for her.
Now Angela is fighting for her life and her feelings for Glen…but time is running out. Will she be able to escape the Organization or will all her dreams end up in a body bag?
Angie worked throughout the day often interrupted by her thoughts of how to help Glen bring down the Cartel. She walked to the garage with other staff members and drove home.
Angie pulled into her driveway and opened her trunk to take out a bag of dog food she’d been carrying around for a couple of days. When she opened her trunk, she screamed. There was a dead rat sitting on top of the bag of dog food. It was posed and staring at her.
Angie looked around to see if anyone was around to hear her scream. There wasn’t. She slammed the trunk and went inside to call Wende.
Wende told Angie to stay in her apartment and that she would be over soon.
She was playing with Sophie when Wende rang her doorbell.
Angie looked through the peephole to make sure it was Wende. She barely spoke, and gave the car keys to Wende so she could remove the rat from her trunk.
Wende told Angie she’d be right back to discuss a new strategy. She returned with an overnight bag and told Angie her apartment was clear of cameras and bugs so they could talk freely.
“Who do you think put the dead rat in your trunk?” Wende asked.
“There’s only one person that would do this. Frank,” Angie said. “I think he’s sending me a message.”
“I agree,” Wende said.
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