by Anita Dickason
Code Name Trackers: The elite of the elite. FBI agents, each with a secret, an extraordinary ability that defies reason and logic.
An intricate scheme to kidnap the children of high-ranking politicians on Capitol Hill gets disrupted when private investigator Kerry Branson rescues one of the victims.
Teamed with FBI Tracker Ryan Barr, they discover the plot extends to the Office of the President and—the horrific plan has drug cartels and terrorist cells lined up to cash in.
They joined the group on the dance floor, and for the next couple of sets, they twirled and swung to the beat of country western. When the second one ended, they were both out of breath. A slow tune started, and Adrian raised his eyebrows and opened his arms. She flowed into him as they began the steps of a waltz. Pulling her tight against him, he had to fight the sexual attraction he felt. This is not the time, remember why you are here.
At the end of the dance, he returned her to her table and met the other women before heading to his seat at the bar.
The bartender wandered back and handed him a cold glass of beer. “Some fancy stepping for a D.C. boy,” he said, which told Adrian he’d been listening.
Adrian slipped him another bill for a second round of drinks at the table. He waited, making casual conversation with the bartender whenever he wandered by until the band struck up another slow song. He walked to the table and held out his hand. He kept her on the dance floor for another waltz, then a round of line-dancing, before leading her back to the bar. Time to talk.
Award-winning author, Anita Dickason, is a retired Dallas Police Officer. Anita served as a patrol officer, undercover narcotics officer, advanced accident investigator, and SWAT entry/sniper.
Upon retirement, she became involved in a research project that dealt with the death of a witness to the Kennedy assassination. The research led to her first book, JFK Assassination Eyewitness: Rush to Conspiracy, that details the results of her reconstruction of the 1966 motor vehicle accident that killed Lee Bowers, Jr.
The project jump-started a new career as an author and publisher, and she started a new business: Mystic Circle Books & Designs, LLC.
As an author, her fictional works are suspense/thrillers with a touch of paranormal and romance. Characters with unexpected skills, that extra edge for overcoming danger and adversity, have always intrigued her. Adding an infatuation with ancient myths and legends of Native American Indians, and Scottish and Irish folklore creates the backdrop for her characters.
As a publisher, her diverse background has proven to be an invaluable asset. Assisting other authors to publish their works utilizes the gamut of her experience. Graphics design has become one of her favorite endeavors.
Anita will be awarding a $25 Amazon GC to a randomly drawn winner.
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