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  • Dangerous Gentlemen by Beverley Oakley

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    Shy, plain Hetty was the wallflower beneath his notice…until a terrible mistake has one dangerous, delicious rake believing she's the “fair Cyprian” ordered for his pleasure.

  • Sleeping With the Enemy by Alexis Adaire

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    Deskbound CIA technician Anna Mercer dreams of more excitement in her job and her love life. She gets both when a one-night stand she meets in a dive bar inadvertently gets her recruited to a special division of the Agency.

    Anna must learn to use her wits AND her curves to complete high-level missions that often involve intimacy with dangerous targets. Complicating matters is Ryan Demarco, a fellow covert operative who is as breathtakingly sexy as he is arrogant, and try as she might, Anna just can't resist mixing spy-business with alpha-male pleasure.

    Self-sufficient Anna is caught by surprise, however, when her heart gets tangled up and things begin to spin out of control.

    Alexis Adaire is the master of strong female protagonists, and “Sleeping With the Enemy” is an amusement park thrill-ride of daring espionage, heart-tugging romance and steamy sex.

  • Day of the Phoenix by Neal James

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    Steve Marshall was ready. This time there would be no mistakes – no-one to derail the plan, and no-one to step outside his ideas for the perfect Britain.

    Anyone standing in the way of progress would be unmercifully mown down. Infiltrating the British Democratic Party was the ultimate solution to the establishment of a Fascist state – a state controlled by him and him alone. Robert Grafton, the party’s current leader, was going to be the perfect tool in the fulfilment of a dream, and would be just one more stepping stone on a path reaching back as far as the end of the Second World War.

    Marshall had toiled hard and long at the plan since the debacle of 1992. The Organisation had come within a whisker of success, and but for some strokes of outrageous fortune, MI5 and its head, the imperious George Watkinson, would have been all but consigned to history. This time it would be different.

    Neal James takes this sequel to ‘A Ticket to Tewkesbury’ into a frighteningly possible future. A future built upon the use of the ballot box to further the aims of a radical political society, and where the lessons of history are all too easily forgotten.

  • Atlantic City Nazi by Charles Frankhauser

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    Before WWII a Nazi spy (a showgirl) feigns interest in a poor lonely young man living with nearly destitute musicians playing a gig in a rundown bar in Atlantic City, New Jersey. Ruby entices him with several capers yielding pocket change from pushcarts on the Boardwalk to romance under the Boardwalk in an effort to lure him into espionage with her spy ring. RC succumbs to her charms and the rest is history including a tragic plot involving the Hindenburg’s arrival at Lakehurst Naval Air Station. RC and his new companions travel by boat from Atlantic City to Key West while conducting a beach survey for the German General Staff. Ruby is recalled to Germany leaving RC with a boatload of cash to purchase booze to improve the morale of U-Boat crews on long deployments along America’s coastline. A US sailor mentions payday loans and the start of an illegal banking industry takes hold using German owned American money. RC rises in terms of wealth and social status. Newport weddings and scrapes with the FBI generate thrills and adventure.