About the Book

Original Publication Date: March 23, 2010

Setting: Contemporary

After leaving South America, Bureau of American Defense operative, Carlos Delgado has spent the past sixteen years watching over his shoulder, waiting for death to catch up to him. His luck runs out when BAD intercepts an unexpected tip on the number one threat to US security the Fratelli de il Sovrano. Capturing a mysterious informant Mirage is their best hope of uncovering a deadly plan that threatens economic chaos within the US, all unfolding just days before the presidential election.

When Carlos takes the Mirage into custody, she’s nothing like what he expected and presents a threat to secrets he’s willing to die to protect.

Gabrielle Saxe never intended to become Mirage when she started sending anonymous tips on...

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Characters

Carlos

The Hero: Carlos

  After leaving South America, Bureau of American Defense operative, Carlos Delgado has spent the past sixteen years watching over his shoulder, waiting for death to catch up to him. His luck runs out when BAD intercepts an unexpected tip on the number one threat to US security the Fratelli de il Sovrano. Capturing a mysterious informant Mirage is their best hope of uncovering a deadly plan that threatens economic chaos within the...

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gabrielle(bad)

The Heroine: Gabrielle

  Gabrielle Saxe never intended to become Mirage when she started sending anonymous tips on international criminals to intelligence agencies over the past decade while hiding from a killer. When a postcard arrives from a friend who is supposed to be dead, Gabrielle is forced to take a risk that catapults her into the midst of dangerous operatives on a treacherous mission and into the arms of a man whose duty is to hand her over to...

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  • (A)SK Sherrilyn

The Story Behind The Story

Sherri spent several years as a civilian contractor working for the government. She even has security clearance, but she's not able to say what she did. Only that she enjoyed it and it involved computers.

The title for BAD comes from Sherri's husband. For weeks, she tried to think of a great acronym for an agency and came up dry. Her husband looked up while she was on the phone talking to another writer about it and said, "What about Bureau of American Defense? You could call it BAD." One of many reasons, Sherri loves her husband.

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