I just finished my new spy novel – the second in the series, “The Secret Lives of Jessie Monroe:” Who is Juno Wolfe? I’m super excited about this book. I’d love it if you read the first book in the series, “Alias Juno Wolfe,” and then this one, but you don’t need to: they stand alone.
My daughter Kristin was one of my proof-readers and said I need to get this one released ASAP. I started it a year ago, yet it predicts the recently breaking news occurring after the book was sent to the publisher: Russian hacking of our networks! And wait until you see what happens next! Kristin said it was an important book for people to read today.
It wasn’t originally meant to be a political novel, but I admit I have been worried about the trends I have been seeing in the U.S. I’m not talking about any specific president(s) (really I’m not), but more the trends towards Corporations taking over government (both parties) and the resulting negative effects. On the other hand, it’s also a fun spy novel so politics aside, I hope you enjoy it.
The book is set seven years in the future, where these negative trends have continued and America has degenerated. Like “Atlas Shrugged,” the book depicts a dystopian United States, updated and based on current events. Only our heroine can set them straight.
It’s both a warning about the future and an optimistic view of how things can be returned to the right course.