Kiss a Frog, You Get Warts: The First Practical Guide to Romantic Love
America's sudden entrance into World War II in 1941 became the critical impetus for the development of the first central intelligence agency in American history. President Roosevelt appointed General William Donovan as its creator and under his skills, the Office of Strategic Services quickly covered the globe.
But the demands of that cataclysmic conflict were also the force that thrust America's women into roles heretofore unaccepted in a society known as a "man's world."
From America to Europe, "Web of Spies," Book II, in the series "Company of Spies," continues to portray not only the daring missions of the men but also those of the women who served alongside them as O.S.S. operatives in that secret, clandestine, skullduggery world of espionage.
Well known as a master storyteller, Dr. Margaret Emanuelson draws from her past experiences as a clinical, forensic psychologist and veteran of the O.S.S. to relate her tales of the audacious and heroic exploits of O.S.S. operatives, and weaves her characters in and out of each other's lives in this fascinating, riveting, fast-moving story of espionage, political intrigue, murder, treason, deceit, patriotism, love, and the overcoming power of people of faith in a World at War.