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There is something amazing about a new book. The words on the screen, the exciting action, the inability to put it down. You'll find all this and more with Audrey J. Snyder's debut novel- The Organization.
An innocent young woman has been committing crimes for years and she didn't know it. Now if she stops, it could mean the end of her life. What would you do?
Luckily Angela has a secret weapon... an old college buddy who just might be more than a friend. Can you say sparks fly!?!
Now you can pick up this "grab the edge of your seat" book for yourself!
As a reporter for a local newspaper, Angela Hollingsworth has traveled all over the world collecting information, artifacts and samples, always bringing back a package for her boss from an associate in whatever country she visited. What she didn’t realize was that the packages contained drugs, stolen art or both.
Desperate to stay out of jail, Angela can only rely on one man, Glen Spencer, an agent for the FBI. Together, they devise a plan to take down one of the biggest drug cartels in New Jersey. Trusting her old college friend, Angela doesn’t anticipate the danger coming for her.
Now Angela is fighting for her life and her feelings for Glen…but time is running out. Will she be able to escape the Organization or will all her dreams end up in a body bag?
Angie sat upright on the cot and looked around the small room. Oh my God. Where am I? How did I get here? Her hands went to her forehead. I feel so groggy. Angie looked around the small room. There was a dim light coming from the ceiling. The room was empty except the cot she was sitting on. The cement floor, the dirty gray thick brick walls …I must be in a warehouse somewhere. There was a thin, flat pillow and threadbare blanket on the cot. She looked around for her purse. It wasn’t there. She felt for her watch, it was gone, too. Getting up off the cot, Angie paced back and forth across the darkened room, trying to recall the evens of the previous night. The last thing I remember is deciding to go to the grocery store. Why can’t I remember anything? The door opened, and a man walked in with a tray of good.
His wiry black hair was dripping with sweat as though he’d just run a marathon, but his potbelly contradicted that idea. As he got closer, she noticed his bloodshot eyes, almost ensconced in dark circles, and the moisture beaded on his upper lip. His face was the color of gray paper. He looked at Angie, still holding a tray of food, a cigarette dangling between his lips.
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About the Author:
Audrey Jane Snyder is an enterprising professional who has spent 40+ years in the corporate sector in the fields of human resource management and customer and community service. She has been an independent consultant specializing in on-line web based training of interpersonal skills for first-line managers.
Audrey was an Adjunct Professor at DeVry University and Director of Customer and Community Relations for the Port Authority of Allegheny County. Audrey holds a BS in Business Communications and a Masters in Professional Leadership.
Now she spends her days authoring works and motivating other professionals. Audrey is a member of PennWriters, Inc., Sisters in Crime, and the Mindful Writers Group. Audrey resides in Pittsburgh, PA.