A new Charlie Fox Book – the 13th in the series. Yes really!
I posted on this book on my other blog, Books&morebooks on July 31 after receiving my ARC copy. As always, I was excited about the book and thoroughly recommend it.
At the end of the last book (No 12). Charlie gave notice to her Boss, Parker Armstrong and as a consequence has no job, nowhere to live and because of a non-competition clause in her contract with Armstrong Meyer, she can’t get another job in close protection in the US. So we find her house sitting in rural New Jersey, bored with this dull life so different from what she is used to.
However, one day she drives into an ambush and immediately jumps into protective mode, not knowing who the ambushed victims are and as she is unarmed, risking her own life. Her firearms were returned to Armstrong when he gave her notice to vacate the apartment in which she was living
It happens that the ambush victim is Helena, wife of a well-known arms dealer, Eric Kincaid and because of the ambush, Charlie is offered the job of protecting the wife. She has no option but to agree. The owners of the house she is house-sitting are due back from Europe shortly and she has no other job opportunities on the horizon. To continue reading click here.
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Zoë Sharp created the no-nonsense heroine of her highly acclaimed Charlotte ‘Charlie’ Fox crime thriller series after receiving death-threat letters as a photojournalist.
She opted out of mainstream education at the age of twelve and wrote her first novel at fifteen. She has been making a living from writing since 1988.
As well as her award-winning series, she has written standalone works, collaborations with espionage thriller John Lawton, and numerous short stories.
Her work has been used in Danish school textbooks, inspired an original song and music video, and been optioned for film and TV. www.ZoeSharp.com