is a cultural and defense anthropologist, an international lecturer and a former TV and print journalist. She consults on cultural affairs and international business. She was an auxiliary nurse in London; Visiting Fellow at Harvard University; an executive search specialist for world-wide C-suite positions; and is a consultant on irregular warfare. This is her first novel.
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Someone is plundering American military bases of over one million weapons, rounds and equipment. Who is stealing the weapons and why? CIA operative Eric Brent is used by CIA to flush out a secretive, "phantom" group hostile to a U.S. administration that threatens to destroy the American economy and shrink individual freedoms. Test
Through fast-paced realism that keeps the reader mesmerized through the eyes of those who live in the intelligence world, investigators expose a far-reaching movement that could alter America forever. Strained loyalties arise among Eric, a former lover and an agency struggling to organize counter-moves. Each question ends in surprise as Brent is forced to reach back into his high-ranking father's Nazi Germany past...to solicit help.
The year is 1978, yet The Right Guard resembles the present political and economic climate of the U.S. and a possible, eerie scenario and outcome.
Praise for The Right Guard
"This is the most realistic novel I have read about what it feels like to be in the field as a case officer."
"I have never read a novel with a 'beginning' like The Right Guard.
"It is different. It begins with a dream... actually 'Far more reality than reverie'."
--Member of the Intelligence Community
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