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Maggie Sloan: Librarian with the skills of a streetfighter and the soul of a spy. Maggie and her unusual team expose long-hidden crimes, but at a cost. The killers are desperate: Maggie must die.
Maggie Sloan, librarian and self-taught spy. Her unique talents threaten to expose the mastermind of a complex criminal scheme, if she survives.
The explosion at the library didn’t stop Maggie; the heart-breaking murder didn’t stop her; not even the death of the assumed ringleader stops her. Maggie, aka Gray Lady, puts the pieces together as only she can. The hidden mastermind is desperate. It all comes down to kill or be killed.
I ALWAYS WANTED TO BE A SPY received the NEW APPLE LITERARY SOCIETY for EXCELLENCE IN PUBLISHING
Gray Lady reluctantly accepts an assignment to find a missing spy who trusts only her. Simple enough, until she is shot and friends die.
Maggie and her remarkable men go to Galveston, Texas, and Larry follows her. Maggie shifts from gray to red as she and Larry go undercover. How many more people will die before Maggie exposes the vicious leader who has escaped detection for years? The killer has targeted her as the next to die.
*Blending in with the locals with her western boots – Maggie-style.
Sudden attacks on Maggie escalate. Someone wants her dead.
Maggie, Larry, and her team investigate the puzzling clues that point to a long ago, unsolved heist of famous works of art. As the attacks on Maggie intensify, Maggie intends to discover the truth hidden behind the art, the series of fires, and why the killer is so obsessed with his desire for her to die.
A deadly attack on Maggie leaves her maimed, but the killer wants more. Maggie must die.
Maggie uses her uncanny skills and talents to navigate through the conflicting lies, half-truths, and clues to piece together the seemingly unrelated deaths, real and fake jewelry, a fire, and a near-fatal attack on her. Maggie counts on the killer to underestimate her skills as she narrows her suspect list. The killer intends for her to die.
A deranged serial killer targets the vulnerable Maggie. Her life depends on seeing what no one else does.
Maggie navigates through the clues behind twenty years of suspicious deaths at the hand of the legendary Ghost of Wicked Hollow. Even though she has tragically lost her eyesight, she sees beyond the fog that has shrouded a serial killer from discovery for years. The murder targets her to die.
Runaway girls. Calculating charmers. Human trafficking. Maggie sees the link; the kingpin sees her as an easy kill.
When friends die in their efforts to uncover the criminals, one-eyed, visually impaired Maggie closes in; the mastermind is confident she’ll step into his trap and die.
Has Maggie finally met her match? A serial killer leaves a grisly message for Maggie: she’s next. She does not intend to die.
Maggie and her Gray Flanagan Agency staff, Paul and Heather, have their first case: investigate the grisly murders of young women. They discover the killer tracks the order of the murders with crude, deep slices on the young women’s bodies. The killer sends Maggie a number: it’s her turn to die.
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