A former federal agent, a millionaire receiving death threats, and a web of conspiracy surround a group of potential suspects.
Leaving the Office of International Operations seemed like a great way to avoid bureaucratic hassles, red-tape, and murderous psychopaths. Unfortunately, things don’t always work out the way they should.
Meet Alexis Parker, former OIO operative, currently trying to make a name for herself in the private sector. With a limited job history, the state of the economy, and her own internal struggle concerning her competence as an investigator, Alex is forced to take the only job she is offered. Enter eccentric, playboy, CEO James Martin. Martin Technologies is a multi-million dollar corporation that James Martin has nurtured from the ground up with his workaholic tendencies. But now that Mr. Martin’s life is being threatened, what’s a guy to do besides hire an attractive, feisty, former federal agent to be his new security consultant and personal bodyguard.
As Alex attempts to navigate the minefield of potential suspects, she gradually begins to uncover an underlying conspiracy that has been brewing at Martin Technologies for almost half a decade. Anyone could be involved, making all of Martin’s closest friends, acquaintances, and employees possible suspects. What starts out as a single death threat quickly morphs into a plot to overtake his entire company. Once the pieces start to fall into place, things begin to explode, both literally and figuratively for Alex, as the physical danger looms ever more menacingly overhead. This outwardly simple case quickly becomes something neither Alex nor Martin ever imagined as the situation continues to escalate rapidly out of control. It will take all of Alex’s training and instincts to be able to track down the criminal mastermind and stop the assassination plot before it’s too late.
Don't forget, the second novel in the Alexis Parker series, The Warhol Incident, now available.
To see where it all began, check out the Alexis Parker prequel novella series starting with Assignment Zero, a 90-page novella that chronicles Alex's first assignment at the OIO.