A Wilderness of Mirrors

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Forge, 2000 - Fiction - 320 pages
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Amelia Pierce, daughter of spies, was trained from early childhood to be the perfect spy. Intelligent and athletic, brave yet cautious, in her first appearance Amelia thwarted the plans of an international terrorist group.

In A Wilderness of Mirrors Amelia confronts an insidious plot to take over the United States. Conspirators have planted moles at the highest levels of the government, and are about to replace them with operatives totally brainwashed and under foreign control. It is easy, since the moles and the operatives are identical twins, kidnapped during childhood.

Drawing on the latest research into mind control and the mysterious connections between twins, A Wilderness of Mirrors puts Amelia Pierce in the heart of the conspiracy, with the clock ticking toward the destruction of democracy in America.

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