The Agency by Lynn Yvonne Moon
What Rings True

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Book number two, in the series about The Agency, is based on actual events experienced by Lynn and when stretched by her imagination she once again sends the reader through the daily struggles of a family searching for truth and uncovering lies to save their lives. The Agency: What Rings True, throws a housewife into a living nightmare. Having the perfect life, Tiffany Cooke had a loving devoted husband, two adorable children and a beautiful small home nestled within trees by a small lake near historical Williamsburg, Virginia. But life takes a dramatic turn when many young children and babies are kidnapped across America. Anxious to protect her own, Tiffany shares her concerns with a NASA senior scientist where she works. Tiffany's nightmare soon become reality when she finds a Top Secret NASA videotape on her doorstep. Tiffany's search for the truth about the tape, lands her in the middle of a dangerous government conspiracy that threatens the life of not only her whole family, but also all families in America.

About Lynn Yvonne Moon

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Lynn Yvonne Moon, 50, is a mother of four and a grandmother of seven. She has told her children stories since they were born, and her eldest daughter urged her to write. The Agency: When Souls Collide, her first book, was the result. Much of her novels come from the author’s personal experiences. She is no stranger to tragedy, having lost a husband to a helicopter crash in the US Navy, and been forced to raise four children alone. She has had a career in government contracting for over 20 years, works full time for government contractor in acquisitions, and teaches government contracting at the college level. She is also involved in various professional organizations dealing with government contracting, and has many friends in high-level government positions. Her clear understanding of inner government workings gives her novels considerable credibility. "When I write, I actually put myself into the shoes of the individuals and try to figure out what I would say or do. Or what I did say or do.” This is Lynn Moon's second novel for the Agency and more are coming.
Published June 28, 2005 by AuthorHouse. 268 pages
Genres: Children's Books, Literature & Fiction, Mystery, Thriller & Suspense. Fiction

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