12 Drummers Drumming

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Grand Central Publishing, Mar 15, 2001 - Fiction
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Casey Collins, a U.S. Foreign Service officer, is agonized when she learns that a bomb on a New York-bound flight from England has exploded after take-off--a flight on which she strongly suspects her lover, Stefan, was a passenger. Desperate to learn the truth, she flies to Europe to find out if Stefan, a Polish operative for Danish Defense Intelligence, has indeed been killed. Her investigation embroils her in unforeseen complications which paint her as a terrorist conspirator and a suspect in the bombing. Pursued by the agencies she had planned to rely on--the State Department, FBI, and Interpol--she becomes a fugitive. Her only allies are a motley assortment of renegade agents. Sent on a mission by these people whom she neither knows nor trusts, Casey hopes to unravel the web of deception she's wandered into--before she's completely ensnared.
 

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At Christmastime, State Department counterterrorist specialist Casey Collins had been expecting her lover, Stefan, a contract agent for Danish Intelligence with suspect allegiances. His failure to ... Read full review

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Deverell, a former United States Foreign Service officer, began her career by serving as a vice-consul at the American Embassy in San Salvador, later becoming commercial officer. She was the personnel officer at the American Embassy in Poland.

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