Saturday, August 31, 2019

Spotlight: "Countdown America," by M.C. Fox

Countdown America follows CIA agent and single mother, Isabella Bendel. After the loss of her husband, she accepts a promotion to chief supervisor—a much less dangerous position than what she's accustomed to—so she can raise her two children without fear of leaving them without any parents. But any illusions of safety are shattered when, while on her Sunday morning jog in a Washington, D.C., park, she survives a brutal assassination attempt. She hauls her assailant into CIA headquarters, confident she can get to the bottom of why he was after her. Her blood runs cold when she learns the truth: As he was trying to take her out, armed terrorists abducted her children and mother right out of her home.

Pushed to the brink of what any mother can endure, Isabella calls on all of her training and deadly skills to get her family back. During this mission, she fights her way through assassins, cyber-terrorists, and duplicitous fellow agents, leading her to uncover a Russian threat that is hell-bent on destroying the United States.

About the Author:
M.C. Fox has long been fascinated by the world of espionage. Living right in the heart of New York City, she constantly is inspired by the sights and sounds of a large city, and how that forms the perfect environment for a fast-paced thriller. Given our currently unstable political climate, as well as the Russian hacking of the election, she knew that now was the perfect time to bring her readers a spy story set in the world of political cyber-espionage, led by a fierce female protagonist.

For more information, please visit www.mcfoxauthor.com and connect with her on Facebook and Instagram.




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1 comment:

  1. Wow, sounds like a story about a very strong woman and what she has to endure. I would like it.

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