A mission failure has confined CIA covert operative Eve Parker to desk duty and she’s left to pick up the pieces of her broken personal life. But when her daughter’s fiancé is taken hostage, Eve must return to the Middle East armed with rusty tradecraft, and dubious credibility shrouded in her peers’ skepticism. Will she get it together in time to thwart the biggest threat to America since 9/11, or will her old-fashioned ways cause her to fail again?
And if a suspected mole, a missing thumb drive, and a camel ride through the desert weren’t challenging enough, a young Muslim boy with questions about God cause Eve to struggle with her own faith. As the most important assignment of her life draws near, events unfold to demonstrate that, particularly in espionage, things are not always as they seem.
Join Eve Parker as she confronts her past, a national threat, and a crisis of faith in this spy thriller layered with intrigue, suspense, and a surprise ending from an award-winning author reviewers call “a master storyteller.”
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Empty-nested and down-sized, livin’ full time in a motorhome, you can find Beverly hammering out stories from the campsite while husband Gary flies his powered paraglider. Her stories soar as well, though, as reflected in the awards and reviews her books have earned, including Finalist in the San Diego Book Awards, several Reader’s Favorites, Real Simple’s 21 Best Summer Reads, San Diego Christian Writer’s Excellence in Writing, and the Ella Dickey Literacy Award. Check out all her fiction and nonfiction; romantic suspense as B K Nault, nonfiction, contemporary fiction and inspirational as Beverly Nault. “It takes a certain kind of talent to write a novel that contains different aspects from different genres while still maintaining a coherent narrative. B K Nault has skillfully created a journey that can suck in readers from various backgrounds and leave them pondering questions the book raises about life, meaning and relationships hours after they’ve finished reading the novel.” Eduardo Aduna, Reader’s Favorite for The Kaleidoscope