Katy Touchfeather is a carefree, red-headed, airline stewardess who is actually a top British spy. She’s lethal, seductive, and as ruthless as any double-O. Her latest assignment is to track down a scientist suspected of selling secrets to the Russians. It’s a high-stakes, global escapade that takes an unexpected violent turn that shatters her life…and ultimately pits her against a billionaire industrialist with terrifying intentions.
Ex-British spy John Smith agrees to follow his ex-wife’s cheating husband… and finds himself back in a world of betrayal and espionage.
The long-lost fourth book in Jimmy Sangster's "James Reed" series. Reed is trapped in a nightmare of sex, blackmail and murder... to get out, he must go to New York...and worm his way into the rotton core of the Big Apple.
James Reed is falsely accused of rape, chased by killers, and hired by a billionaire being blackmailed into marriage. And that's only the beginning of Reed's troubles in the second book in the series.
Self-styled beach bum James Reed agrees to protect a wealthy recluse recovering from an undisclosed illness...a job that turns into a nightmare of blackmail, drug dealing, and murder. Third book in the series.
Jolly and preposterous intrigue.
Bubbly, irrepressible... drawn by her breezy, chatty first-person narrative, readers will cheer Katy on as she skates around with flamboyant grace
Freshness and humor are rare qualities in a thriller nowadays. They're here in plenty, and here's richness, pace, fun and a salty wit. Katy Touchfeather, airline hostess and secret service agent on the side, makes wry faces at it all, at the conventions and her blase boss. Sent to track a supposed traitor, she tumbles in and out of beds and situations with exhilarating verve and expertise. It's a winner
Sangster’s novel may seem like a satire to the uninitiated. But it only takes a few opening pages to realize that it is a genuine spy novel – with a unique, and noticeably unusual female perspective. TOUCHFEATHER presents an entertaining and refreshingly different take on the male-dominated world of spy fiction.
Nancy Drew superhormone-genized.