The Renegade Spy: Introducing The Ruthless Female Spy, Captain Sophie Decker (Department 89 Book 1)

The Renegade Spy: Introducing The Ruthless Female Spy, Captain Sophie Decker (Department 89 Book 1)
: Mark O'Neill
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: Fiction : Drama
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A Deadly Assassin Is After The German Chancellor - But He Is In Even More Danger Than He Realises.

A page-turning debut espionage novella, The Renegade Spy introduces a new spy thriller series, starring a deadly and maverick female German Military Intelligence agent

The German chancellor, Claudia Meyer, is riding a wave of popularity at home. But she also has her enemies, and one of them, a gangland boss, has hired an assassin - nicknamed "The Scorpion" - for twenty million Euros to kill her.

Initially dismissive of the danger, little does Meyer realise that the Scorpion is relentless. He is ruthless and extremely good at his job. The government has no clue what the Scorpion looks like and how he will strike. All they know is that he leaves a trail of dead bodies in his wake.

Captain Sophie Decker rapidly becomes Meyer’s only chance of ultimate survival, along with her colleague, Lieutenant Wolfgang Schmitz. But Decker always refuses to play by the rules. She despises bureaucrats and will do anything to get the job done. She is unstoppable and deadly. She has no conscience, no qualms, and no morals.

She and Schmitz are given an order. Stop the Scorpion by any means necessary, before he gets to Meyer. But if they fail, they will be disowned by the state. The stage is set for blood to be spilt and for Germany to be rocked to its foundations.

Praise for "The Renegade Spy"

“In my capacity as an English professor, I want to tell you that YOUR WRITING IS BEAUTIFUL. Your writing is sophisticated both in terms of style and structure. Your hook immediately piqued my interest, and your style and voice are distinctive. Were you in one of my classes, I’d put your work in the top 5% based on what I read”.

"If Die Hard would have had a female lead, Decker would have been it".

"Sophie Decker is my newest favorite heroine".

"This book is the sort of book that is very difficult to put down once you start reading it".

"Move over Dan Brown!"

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