Federal Agent Edward Morgan is enjoying an idyllic life under deep cover in the foothills of the Pyrenees when the sudden arrival of Dr. Kate Gibson turns everything upside down. Morgan abandons his morning coffee - and his cover - to rescue the young scientist from a clumsy abduction attempt as events quickly start to snowball. Kate's revolutionary medical research and a photographic memory make her a very valuable asset and it rapidly becomes clear that more than one group is keen to get their hands on her.
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The Wilderness Castaways Dillon Wallace, american lawyer, outdoorsman, author of non-fiction, fiction and magazine articles (1863-1939)This ebook presents «The Wilderness Castaways», from Dillon Wallace. A dynamic table of contents enables to jump directly to the chapter selected.Table of Contents -01- About this book…
Morgan reluctantly takes Kate under his wing. Together they leave the peaceful village of Verlade and set out to stay one jump ahead of a very determined opposition. Their perilous journey through the South of France marks the start of a curiously symbiotic relationship in which they learn about themselves as well as their respective capabilities and limitations; more than once they have to resort to Morgan's tradecraft and Kate's logic to stay out of the clutches of their pursuers.
All is not well in Washington DC, however, when Morgan's masters in the Department fail to locate him. Can Morgan's ex-colleague Linda Cobb persuade him to come home? And why would he have every reason in the world not to work with Linda when things start to fall apart?
One thing is certain: with a mole in the Department, no-one is safe. Morgan picks up his old life to lead a carefully-chosen team in a deadly assault on the bad guys as tension steadily mounts in this modern-day espionage thriller and the action relentlessly twists and turns across two continents.