Extreme Exposure by Mae Argilan

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It is Christmas week and journalist Glenda Prentiss is trying to escape from a grisly event that she photographed in the Middle East. On a follow-up assignment in Hagerstown, Maryland she is confronted by that same memory that threatens to haunt her forever. Meanwhile CIA agents Pip Pippin and Sadie Cozzoli are discussing how they can use Glenn to do their dirty work, which may or may not be sanctioned by the government. Her publisher, Shane Singleton, meets her at Union Station where he entrusts her with a photograph called 'The Conspiracy' that has the world media and several governments in a panic. As Shane is about to leave he is abducted. Trying to locate him and still protect the photograph leads Glenn to a studio apartment where she discovers her ex-boyfriend's dead body. There can no longer be any doubt that her life is in real danger. Everyone who has come into contact with 'The Conspiracy' is a target. But who could be desperate enough to get hold of this photograph that they would go to these extremes. Events in Extreme Exposure propel Glenn Prentiss to a dorm room at the University of Maryland, a residence in Silver Spring, a state park in rural Maryland, and an underground military complex near Camp David. The final life-and-death struggle comes at Antietam Battlefield when the characters and their separate agendas collide.

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Published November 9, 2007 by Double Dragon eBooks. 240 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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